Michala Gyetvai's work belongs to a British romantic landscape tradition. My landscape is a personal interpretation, an autobiographical account of an internal, emotional, poetic, landscape, referencing my own femininity and ideology. I am part of a generation know as 'the Innocents' or those that know the world before a digital age. I am interested in the crossover between these worlds and my work investigates materials, nature, the handmade, the human hand and it's relevance in shaping our existence in a digital era. Being in this situation puts us in a privileged position. If we're the last people in history to know life before the internet, we are also the only ones who will ever speak, as it were, both languages. We are the only fluent translators of Before and After (guardian).