Louisa Jenkinson 

Through the medium of large scale drawing my work investigates the interstices of the urban environment where one finds a corucopia of brief human interactions, prolonged dramatic interpersonal relationship sagas and momentary lapses of normality.

These prolific and profound moments are then deconstructed, rebuilt and then released into the wild.

The result is a confusion of animals forced into a geographical and hierarchical aberration. Alces alces, the Northern European moose can be found standing over a Grevy's zebra far removed from the Kenyan plains while a Madagascan Lemur catta rests maliciously against its belly. Momentarily caught out in these bizarre interludes the animals swap and play the line between victim, predator and bystander.