Emily Nam is an Australian-born New York-based interdisciplinary artist, garment maker and research consultant — and currently Post-Graduate Artist at the NYSS DUMBO Sculpture Studio and Gallery. She has studied at Parsons The New School and The New York Studio School, where she received her MFA in 2018.
Emily is interested in typography and geometry and utilizes these principles as frameworks to form and explore unexpected relationships between image and language; guided by color, shape and memory.
‘Shapes’ is a solo exhibition, that will be on view at the NYSS Gallery Space @ 20 Jay Street April 19 - May 6 and will be open to the public during the DUMBO Open Studios weekend.
About New York Studio School
The New York Studio School is located at 8 West 8th Street, Greenwich Village. The School offers full-time studio-based programs in painting and sculpture leading to a Master of Fine Arts Degree or a Certificate of Completion. The School also offers drawing, painting, and sculpture marathons, and evening and Saturday classes. In addition to the main building on West 8th Street, the School maintains a Sculpture Studio and Gallery in DUMBO.