Emma is fascinated by how things are made and by how they work. Her work often involves the appropriation of basic building forms from history—pyramids, domes—interpreted on a smaller, more personal scale. A continuing fascination with micro-organisms, tessellations, geodesic domes, space travel and the aesthetics of futuristic architecture results in work that adopts wide-eyed science-fiction sensibilities. She explores these elements and interests in contemporary jewellery, finding ways to reconcile and marry the aesthetic worlds of the organic and the industrial.
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