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Gemma Bosson
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My practice centres upon the use of drawing as a primitive yet descriptive tool that embodies the interaction between the human body and human nature within a highly-industrialised and technology-centred environment. The drawing process concerns itself with the delivery of conceptual thought, each mark made embodies aspects that have been drawn upon from the environment and from experience, there is an encoding of meaning that knits together and displays a web of internal thought processes. One finds this way of working allows one to encapsulate the zeitgeist, the imaginary, the fears and hopes that are possessed, generating a world view through the primacy of the act of drawing. There is a need to contain aspects of uncertainty and doubt within our conceived notions of reality in terms of the environment and our own consciousness, whilst maintaining light-heartedness and aspects of comedy that are the endearing and solid foundations of humanity.