Emma Hack is not your average artist. For one thing, she started off her successful career working as a children’s face painter and is now winning awards for her work on the most important canvas – the body. As well as being a hair and
Trendspotting: Who or what inspires you?
Emma Hack: My inspiration is nature, I love different countries and other cultures, the way landscapes change from place to place and
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Trendspotting: What is the greatest invention of all times and why?
Emma Hack: Wow, that’s a hard one! I would say cameras, being able to record any moment in time, very nostalgic!
Trendspotting: What invention would have been better off if it hadn’t been invented?
Emma Hack: Bombs and anything that pollutes our world.
Trendspotting: What are the three things you don’t leave the house without?
Emma Hack: My phone, a camera and diary!
Trendspotting: What was the last concert you saw?
Emma Hack: I went to the Future Music Festival, I love a day party! Next week I plan to see Sia Furler, an Adelaide girl made good. Her music is so poetic and she has an amazing voice!
Trendspotting: If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Emma Hack: To fly.
Trendspotting: What’s your favourite style of food?
Emma Hack: I love everything but my favourite way to dine would be in a tapas style with a variety of tastes and great wine.
Trendspotting: If you could have dinner with any famous person, who would it be?
Emma Hack: Dali if this includes the dead! Otherwise John Paul Gautier, he looks like a load of fun and so inspirational.
Trendspotting: What would you imagine the world to look like in 15 years from today?
Emma Hack: Hopefully we will wake up to ourselves and it will be cleaner but I think pollution will be a large problem and we will be wondering why we didn’t make an effort earlier. Technology will be very impressive though I am sure!
Trendspotting: If you could chose any place to live in the world where would you want to live?
Emma Hack: I am very happy here in Adelaide, but my next place to live would be Spain, somewhere on the coast.
Trendspotting: Is there anything else you want to share with the world?
Emma Hack: Please feel free to check out my website www.emmahackartist.com and email me to join my update list. I welcome applications to tour my work in galleries internationally.
More about Emma Hack on www.emmahack.com.au