With a growing list of accolades to her name, Sydney-based emerging artist Eva Nolan may draw small but her ambitions are big. Finishing her MFA at UNSW Art and Design in 2019, her artistic research explores the histories of documenting and categorising organic phenomena and the abiding relevance of taxonomies on our relationship with the natural world. With minute precision, Eva’s drawings are intricate worlds of flora and fauna, clustered into new fantastical contexts. For her first solo exhibition Eva presented A Chamber of Wonder, in which her drawings were blown up and projected onto a domed roof, allowing viewers to walk into the space and become immersed in her curious organic creations. A solo exhibition of Eva’s work will be shown at Sydney’s Olsen Annexe in late 2020.