The Mystery That Prevails: Drawing Fragmented Worlds
Laing, Sarah Anne
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The body of work I have made for my thesis exhibition is built from organic imagery that hints at diagrammatic filtering of information, but repeats, contorts and layers to become an unsettling conversation between the known and the unknown. In this essay, I discuss my use of repetitive drawing and the rendering of strange, shifting landscapes as a means to describe the uncanny nature of my surroundings as I move from one place and experience to the next. At the same time, I discuss indirect concerns of shared displacement and discontent within a world of unforeseeable changes.