Emma Fielden is a Sydney based artist who works across drawing, sculpture, and installation. Through her practice, she investigates cosmology, the infinite and the infinitesimal, and systems of belief that surround these concepts. Fielden works through materials such as black pigment, hand-crushed ferrite, magnets and ink, in such a way that materiality is a metaphor for matter at its most minute. Her work is often meditative, repetitive and monochrome, her approach to materials both studied and spontaneous. Her work is regularly shown in solo and group exhibitions. She has received numerous awards including the 2014 National Contemporary Jewellery Award, and recently she was a finalist in the 2016 Blake Prize. Fielden was a recipient of an Australia Council New Work Grant in 2013 and was commissioned by the Australia Council to make commemorative brooches for the recipients of their 2013 Visual Arts Awards. Emma is currently working from Parramatta Artists Studios, where she has been granted a one-year studio tenancy. Her solo exhibition 'Dark Matter' was recently hosted by Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney.