Eva Nolan is an emerging, Sydney-based artist who holds an MFA from UNSW Art & Design (2019). Her research investigates the contemporary relevance of taxonomies in our understanding of human and non-human relationships, and the intersection of analogue and digital approaches to drawing from nature. Nolan’s first solo exhibition featured the culmination of her MFA research at ADspace and EPICentre, UNSW Art & Design, 2019. She has participated in group exhibitions, most recently at Xinying Cultural Centre, Tainan City, Taiwan, 2020. In 2019 her work was featured in The Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, The Tim Olsen Drawing Prize and Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize. Nolan has received the Drawing Award at the North Sydney Art Prize 2019, The Tim Olsen Drawing Prize 2018 and the Kudos Emerging Artist and Designer Award 2018.