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Emily Ryalls is a Wakefield based artist working predominantly with the intersection of photography and performance. Her practice is rooted in blurring the lines between a divided photographer/subject relationship, creating meaningful and collaborative works that examine and prompt crucial conversation on the role of photography as a non-exploitive means of co-production and connection.

Beyond her works as an independent artist, Emily led on the build and development of a new fully wheelchair accessible darkroom within The Art House, which she now coordinates and supports as a workshop tutor and technician. 

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