JEMMA APPLEBY

27th February - 25th March

Jemma Appleby’s work is an investigation into the complex relationship between architecture and landscape that uses large format photography and computer aided design to investigate the construction of architectural forms, which culminates in charcoal drawings. Forests dominate the built forms setting up a collision of natural and synthetic construction, reality and illusion.

At MEANTIME, Jemma expanded on and experimented with the implied physicality of her work, constructing an immersive environment of large-scale charcoal drawings, exploring an idea of the landscape ‘becoming’ architecture that propelled the hypothetical shapes and structures in her drawings into 3-dimensions.

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