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Gemma Land

artist  |  Gemma Land

Nottingham

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Gemma Land is a photographic and print artist, working with a contemporary art practice and also with a surface/ fashion design practice. Her print works combine the processes of contemporary analogue photography and carefully constructed prints. The process she uses is unique, the collections start with the photographs she shoots and are then constructed into the print designs. Each collection is based on a concept and created with the upmost ... Read more
Gemma Land is a photographic and print artist, working with a contemporary art practice and also with a surface/ fashion design practice.

Her print works combine the processes of contemporary analogue photography and carefully constructed prints. The process she uses is unique, the collections start with the photographs she shoots and are then constructed into the print designs. Each collection is based on a concept and created with the upmost care, using the finest printing and hand finished with the couture technique of hand rolling.

Gemma creates fractals from architecture and landscapes to create impossible structures and hallucinogenic patterns. Her aesthetic lies between the romantic and the gothic, creating beautiful and yet often somewhat unsettling imagery.

Her photographic works consider the semiotics behind the design of residential architecture and buildings in London that are in transition either awaiting demolition or development. Read less
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