The two charcoal drawings are part of a larger series inspired by the topography of specific landscapes as well as the histology of human cells. Exploring the connection between lands and the cells that make us, this series investigates the connection and similarities we share with the natural world around us.
Savannah du Quercy (b.1995 France) Lives and works in London
Education: 2020-2023: BA (Hons) Fine Art, City and Guilds of London Art School, London
Selected Exhibitions: Permanent Temporary, London Design Festival, The Bottle Factory, September 2021; Intersection, AMP Studios, City and Guilds of London Art School Interim show, August 2021; Life on Venus 3: The Organic , The Tub Hackney and The Auction Collective, London; February 2020; Life on Venus 2: The Human , The Tub Hackney and The Auction Collective, London January 2020; Life on Venus 1: The Landscape, The Tub Hackney and The Auction Collective, London December 2020.
Recommended for you
30. Josie Rae TurnbullWhite Blood Cells
Photography, 42 x 30 x 0.1 cm.
22. Rami Bassil El-SabbanThawra (Revolution)
Photograph, 40 x 60 x 0.1 cm.