We’re delighted to announce that Emma Neuberg has been generously awarded a Lincoln City Fellowship for the development of a new, large-scale artwork. The work will be an immersive piece printed on paper for a ‘total work of art’ environment for a museum and gallery setting. With the working title Metabolizing Abuse, it promises to bring awe-inspiring art and joy to new audiences in Los Angeles, Southern California and beyond.
The Speranza Foundation specializes in supporting artists who prioritize hope and positive social change. They offer a unique and supportive residency for artists of all disciplines concerned with exploring narratives that bring transformational art, music, performance and film to society and culture at large.
Neuberg is delighted to be working in the new Lincoln City Fellowship 2020 cohort with fellow artists and visionaries Josh Aviner, Quenna Barrett, Hagop Belian, Jens Bjornkaer & Katherine Mills Rymer, Nina Elder, Alison O’Daniel, Andres Ospina, Paul Outlaw and Adam Sjoberg, all working in visual art, performance, music and video.
Neuberg’s work continues to address the theme of ‘the denied voice‘ with a focus on the cultural and environmental consequences of abusive behaviors and denial.
For information and further details, please contact the studio.