Emily Tracy is a London based artist who has made site specific, socially engaged projects inspired by place, history and communities since 1994. She has built, devised, collaborated, administered and fundraised for over 40 projects including large scale artworks, events, public art and participatory projects for festivals, museums, arts organisations.

Over the last 10 years she has created projects for partners including Metal (Peterborough), The British Museum, The Bloomsbury Festival and Up Projects. She has presented her work at LCN (SPACE), Nunnery Gallery, Akkigalleria, Finland, and Shunt Lounge.

Her current practice concerns exploring the human desire to know, to find and to collect. Using assembled objects, archive and research, and inspired by museum or science based ordering systems she works to create participatory installation, small sculptural pieces, prints and artist books, which reflect upon our relationship with our multiple environments.

Emily worked collaboratively under the name of ‘Tracy & Hobbs’ with animator Elizabeth Hobbs between 2009 and 2016.They worked with practitioners from fields of history, zoology and sound to create event and animation and installation. They were awarded ‘Best Educational Project’ and an Audience Award for two of their projects.



Phone: 07985 567309


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