Emma Adler, born in Besch, studied fine arts in Saarbrücken, Barcelona, and Berlin. At the Weißensee Acedamy of Art Berlin, she finished her studies in 2015 and subsequently received the Elsa Neumann Scholarship of the State of Berlin. Her graduation project EEEEF#GE has been awarded and was presented in the exhibition Rundgang 50Hertz in cooperation with Hamburger Bahnhof (2017).
In her projects, which revolve around the thematic complex of fake, Emma Adler provokes habitual viewing patterns and questions supposed certainties about the relationship between reality and medial representation. Since 2017, the focus of her expansive, multilayered installations has been on conspiracy theories and the related question of different levels of reality.
Her work has been represented in national and international group & solo exhibitions, including the Arp Museum, Rolandseck, the Neuer Kunstverein Gießen, the Kunsthalle Bremerhaven, the Kunsthaus Dahlem. In Copenhagen, and New York (Peninsula Gallery), where she spent six months in 2017 as Artist in Residence, funded by Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral. In the same year, she received the Bernhard Heiliger Fellowship.
Her solo exhibition SUPERFLARE (2019), as well as REALITY SHOW (2018), are part of a series of complex installations that revolve around conspiracy theories.
Emma Adler is part of the artist collective SORGEN (INTERNATIONAL).
Past Exhibitions at Galerie Anton Janizewski