Eva Nolan’s creative practice resides at the intersection of analogue and digital approaches to drawing. She explores the role of biological taxonomies in scientific representations of the natural world and their abiding influence on our relationship with the environment. Nolan researches traditional modes of naturalistic representation and explores how contemporary drawing combined with digital technologies can create new ways of documenting and experiencing organic phenomena. The artist develops intricate graphite drawings of intertwined plants, animals and insects to represent speculative, biodiverse ecosystems. She draws with the aid of an illuminated magnifying lens on an adjustable armature to enable minute precision. Nolan uses online photographs of organisms in their natural habitat as reference material as a mode of non-invasive empirical practice. Her drawings are scanned at ultra-high resolution and undergo a process of digital manipulation as a further exploration of imposed systems of order and control. Finally, her graphite environments metamorphose into immersive animations utilising high resolution digital displays and projections. Establishing a dynamic flux between intricate graphite drawings and immersive animations Nolan aims to highlight the interdependence between all living things. Her digital environments dissolve the distinction between audience and artwork, observer and specimen, and aim to re-centre people within a symbiotic web of interspecies relationships.