Emma McNally

“The stunning graphite illustrations of Emma McNally convey a sort of cartographic conjecture, with imaginary planes and connections, intersecting squares, circles and dots. These abstract lines, shapes, and patterns make for some striking textures and resemble classic mappings of cyberspace through nodal connections of imagined networks.”


The graphite illustrations of the artist look like imaginary maps or even kids’ drawings. When I first looked at them I wondered what these maps show but these are not real maps. There’s  something that makes me curious about them and makes me look at it. Probably the dots, the squares and the lines

Thank you Nancy for giving me this artist!


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