Emma McNally describes her works as a "Visualisation of complex systems, as a` visual thinking` around questions of emergence."
Her drawings are often associated with mappings of geological formations and constellations. They appear to be the result of scientific readings yet they have been made intuitively.
Emma has an ability to push her boundaries to ensure that her practice is constantly an experimental venture in tune with a world in a perpetual state of flux: there is an ongoing feedback loop between her drawing in carbon on paper and the space of digital manipulation where a different nature of spatial thinking is possible.
In 2012 The Contemporary Art Society purchased her drawing: Carbon Cleaving for the John Creasey Museum in Salisbury.
Emma McNally lives and works in London.