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From September 2009 to July 2010, the Emely was situated in the MA studio at Camberwell College of Arts.

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Starting with a simple desk and furnitures savaged from the skip, the Emely developed on a daily basis:

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In a very small space, the Emely ran a wide range of different facilities, such as a wokspace, research centre, a plant nursery and a residency space

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A popular part of the Emely was its cafe, which was open every day for students, lecturers and other visitors

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Apart from a constant supply of tea, coffee and biscuits, the Emely Café had changeing seasonal deocrations:

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Every Wednesday morning, the Emely Café served special breakfast:

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On its terrace, the Emely had a badly made birdhouse, which never attracted any birds

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The Emely nursery grew chestnut trees for the Emely's future garden and potatoes for the Emely's research centre

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And in 2010 the Emely started its Residency Programme with a self-built "Residency Space":

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Residents at the Emely included Andrew Witt, Hannah Clayden and Mario Testino (SALT magazine) and Sarah Bahr.

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