Susan's work is an investigation of a tactile territory.


John Curtin Gallery, December 2020

I–VI invites the viewer to step inside a constructed realm, to enter a zone structurally demarcated by individually-placed sculptural forms. Above, a low-hanging sheath exists asa ceiling – minuscule flecks of light glinting through deep sable carbon-paper, stitched and punctured with marks and thread. From the wall, undulant corrugations of furrowed paper cascade. These spatial markers – of sky, and field – materially delineate the boundedness of this realm. Inside, one is contained within an architectural ecology; upon a stage poised for the unfolding of an as-yet unclear narrative.

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