Eva Nolan’s Biophilia offers a curious glimpse into the happenings of speculative ecosystems. Rendered in graphite pencil, her drawings wriggle with life. Each of Nolan’s organic subjects are created beneath a magnifying lens and question the possibility of a new kind of biological illustration—one that reveals the innate connection shared by all living things. Of course, this radically departs from a history of scientific drawing, wherein organisms were singled out, cut off and sealed away from their kin. The exhibition features more than 20 works.
The gallery is open and practicing COVID-19 social distancing measures. View the exhibition online here.