Gemma Fitzpatrick

This practice is produced by gathering daily statistics and personal information from the experiences of two female sources. Through this comparative analysis, the many similarities and disparities between both sources are revealed and explored; from happiness and contentment to imperfections and dissatisfactions. Formulaic processes are applied to transfer this data into irregular colourful geometric forms. From a detached perspective this work uses the results from these comparative sources; highlighting things taken for granted and events overlooked that make up everyday life.