Emily Small

The things you see are in a place outside of time.

Emily (she/her) is currently based in San Francisco, California. 

Exhibitions and projects:
Climate Control/Being In Life Without Wanting The World/Fear

Clocking Out: Exhibition (Artist Space, NY)
Clocking Out: Publication (Whitney Museum of American Art, NY)
Clocking Out: Film Screening (e-flux, NY)

A.K. Burns: Prepositions of the Future (Wallach Art Gallery, NY)

Dollhouse Philly 

Survivalist Theater: Grief Beach One
Survivalist Theater: Grief Beach Two

A Vehicle for Something Else



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Emily Small

Clocking Out: Time Beyond Management 
Artist Space, New York

Clocking Out: Time Beyond Management challenges the dominant modern conception of time as objective, divisible, and linear. Situating the global imposition of this naturalized temporal order alongside the advent of Western capitalist modernity and the implementation of standardized clock time, the exhibition explores how time is represented, lived, and contested in the catastrophic present

Kobby Adi, Julieta Aranda, Julieta Aranda & Anton Vidokle, Yto Barrada, Black Quantum Futurism, Helen Cammock, Maria Chávez, Kajsa Dahlberg, Kevin Jerome Everson, Brendan Fernandes, ektor garcia, Hicham Gardaf, Gerard & Kelly, Simon Gush, Sky Hopinka, Clare Hu, Samson Kambalu, Karrabing Film Collective, Victor Masayesva, Jr., Rosalind Nashashibi, Katie Paterson, Dario Robleto, Finnegan Shannon, and Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor