Bree Jonson (b. 1991) paints animals and plants to critique the relationship that humans have with their environment, and the divide that has grown between them, a divide that displaces them as Other, different from humans, and lower in importance and heirarchy. Through specifically limiting herself to the visual language of non-human beings, she aims to bridge this gap: to bring out the innate wilderness in human nature, to culminate a sense of interconnectedness, and ultimately to move away from anthropocentric worldview to one more inclusive of multiple species.