Jemma Appleby


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Charcoal drawing

H 30 x W 30 cm framed

Jemma Appleby's work is an investigation into the complex relationship between architecture and landscape.

 Along with the forest, architecture is a principal focus in her work, referencing utopias and enriched futures. Architectural forms are used to explore the themes of shelter and protection by generating structures of physical impossibility. They give the illusion of a structure offering refuge, however they are no more than geometric planes creating a façade.

Elements of space, volume and structure have become entwined and play with the perception of reality and illusion, by creating a relationship between encounters of the natural world and invention.

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