Emma Charles is a London based artist. Working with both photography and moving image, her work explores the dialogue between the city and the implication of global contact. Charles studied MA Photography at the Royal College of Art (2011-2013) and BA (Hons) in Editorial Photography from the University of Brighton (2006-2009). Selected Exhibitions & Screenings include: ‘Surfaces of Exchange’, Jerwood Visual Arts, London (2014); ‘CHRONOVISOR: PROLOGUE’, South Kiosk, London, ‘Aesthetica Short Film Festival', York, ‘Night Contact’, Contact Editions, London (2013); ‘CAPITAL’, George and Jorgen Gallery, London; ‘London Calling: Tehran’, 7Samar Gallery, Tehran, Iran (2012); ‘Salon Video Art Prize’, Matt Roberts Gallery, London (2010). Charles was recently awarded a Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space commission, RCA Travel Bursary, Villiers David Bursary Award and Christopherson Foundation Grant (2012). Her work has been discussed as part of the 2012 Brighton Photo Biennale symposium Visible Economies: Photography, Economic Conditions and Urban Experiences published by Photoworks.