Emma Silwanis (she/her) is a Chinese-Egyptian artist living and working on unceded Wangal and Gadigal land. Working primarily with moving image, photo, and sound, she explores the intersection of cultures, traditions and practices. She draws upon her emotional responses that arise from reflecting on personal lived experiences and collective memories. She hopes to connect with people through her work.

Artwork Title: The ripest fruit falls from the tree.

My mum has always given the ripest to me, prepared and peeled my fruit for me, given me the best piece of meat while she takes the bone, given me more while she only has some.

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Artwork Title: These memories are not of passing time

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Artwork title: Heirlroom

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