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Solo show: Emily Wardill - Fulll Firearms (over)

27 January 2012 until 9 April 2012
  Emily Wardill - Fulll Firearms
Emily Wardill, Fulll Firearms (Filmstill), 2011
 
  Badischer Kunstverein

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Badischer Kunstverein is delighted to present British artist Emily Wardill in a wide-ranging solo exhibition. In the center of the presentation is Wardill's latest film, Fulll Firearms, which was produced with support from Badischer Kunstverein and celebrates its German premiere in this exhibition. At Badischer Kunstverein, Fulll Firearms will be accompanied by new sculptures, photographs, drawings, as well as text and sound based works produced by Wardill in connection with the film production.

A record will be released in cooperation with LUX, London and the record label Apparent Extent, Cologne.

Emily Wardill (b. 1977, Rugby) lives in London. Her films have been screened at the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Witte de With, Rotterdam, London Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Whitechapel Gallery and Tate Britain, London, among others. Solo shows (selection): De Appel, Amsterdam; The Showroom, London; Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London; Standard (Oslo). Group shows (selection): M HKA, Antwerp; 54th Venice Biennale; Collective Gallery, Edinburgh; Hayward Gallery, London and MOCA, Miami.

Fulll Firearms was commissioned by If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, Amsterdam; Serpentine Gallery, London and Film London's FLAMIN Productions. Co-produced by FLAMIN Productions and City Projects, with support from M HKA, Antwerp, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims.

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