GEN Z - CREATING THE COLLECTION
GEN Z - ELEMENTS
GEN Z - CONNECTION
EMMA HACK’s newest work evolves fearlessly from her well-known style of body art illusion to highly detailed, delicate, embroidered portraits.
Accompanied by an installation of larger-than-life imagery covering the walls at Emma Hack Gallery, this is an exhibition not to be missed.
GEN Z is a generation of highly-educated, technologically-savvy, innovative thinkers, they look for solutions on their own. Open-minded and adaptable, they are the first generation born into a digital world. Emma Hack’s new works consider the possibility of how GEN Z will impact the future of our world and beyond.
10 highly collectable, beautifully presented one of a kind artworks exhibited as three collections exploring the themes of ‘Elements’, ‘Connection’ and ‘Manipulated Memories’.
Hanging alongside these covetable works, 50 individual smaller counterparts at an affordable price point, collectable for all ages, introducing the muse of the collection to art collecting.
‘Our Earth; how we thrive and live within it inspires our future to co-inhabit what our mother created. We are all connected, stemming from one single cell. Its living beauty must be adored and respect will flow, this is our future vision.’
EMMA HACK looks to the 4 elements for our survival and how our future will embrace this knowledge with a new vision and respect towards our planet and all that inhabits it. Gentle, flowing silk stitches act as a mask over her muse’s eyes, looking out through these elements and living as one.
‘Our future is connected constantly to devices, we gaze briefly for seconds, to be chipped for recognition.’
Connection continues Emma Hack’s powerful imagery featuring the adorned muse, connected by technology. This generation only knows a connected world, existing the moment they are born. A future connected, never alone.
‘The past is forgotten, all we have are manipulated memories.’
Manipulated Memories gently touches on our fond childhood memories, lost to a busy life as an adult. The future generation chooses which memories to share on social media, sometimes for a snap in time. Triggers that later on in life they resurface, forging their way into the forefront of our minds. The simple pleasures created in childhood are now replaced by those chosen for disclosure.