Emily Murayama (b.1996, Kent) is an English-Japanese artist who works across film, installation, sculpture, and living materials. Her work addresses the convergence of the domestic and personal yet ubiquitous setting of “home”, and speculative manifestations of food and ensuing human relationships to it.

Her approach leans towards post-apocalyptic gardening and consuming; reminiscent of scenes from dated sci-fi’s who’s vision of the future has not matched the reality now caught up with it. She utilises found objects including furniture and audio-visual equipment, vegetables and lighting to construct enterable tableaus.