The Disembodied Word: Marie Ogden’s Home of Truth by Emma Kemp
A historical overview of one of rural Utah’s female-led, pre-Millennial, proto-New Age communities: the Home of Truth.
Emma Kemp is a full-time professor at Otis College of Art & Design in L.A. She received a Masters of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts (2014) and a BFA in Art & Design from Central Saint Martins in London, U.K (2011). Emma is the author of several books, including Blue Pool, Cecelia with iTi Press. Emma co-founded, designed, and continues to program the CalArts Summer Institute Art Residency, a 5-week studio program for artists, now in its fourth year. She has received various awards including the CalArts Faculty Research Grant (2016), a Utah Humanities Foundation Delmont R. Oswald Fellowship (2016), and a New Voices Ithaca College award (2019). Her work has been exhibited, hosted and screened at institutions in the U.S. and Europe.