Artist | York, UK
Installations and works on paper inspired by architecture
Sue makes work in response to architecture. Taking time to notice and experience architecture through the senses, she explores hidden, forgotten or reimagined aspects through drawing. Focusing on architectural features, Sue seeks to uncover what the sensory experiences of drawing and architecture may reveal about a place or time.
Recent projects employ a repetitive drawing approach, working with the duality of reception and response. Inspired by architectural features such as light and shadow, recent works comprise drawings on translucent paper that are activated by light in the space.
Sue invites opportunities to make work in response to architectural spaces. By sharing her process or work, she can offer new ways of noticing, understanding or experiencing a place. Sue works with drawing to examine and communicate her responses but also to share drawing’s universal capacity to make connections. For previous projects, see CV below.
Sue also welcomes commissions to make work in response to architecture; for example, your home, office space, workplace, museum or heritage space.
If you would like to discuss a potential project, get in touch.
For full CV and Portfolio, get in touch.
2020 National Trust at Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens
2020 AA2A Artist Residency, York St John University
2019 AA2A Artist Residency, York St John University
2016 Illuminating York at York St John University
2016 York Art Gallery
2015 York Minster Revealed at York Minster
2014 National Trust at Goddards
2019 Frontier Open, 35 Chapel Walk Gallery, Sheffield (Shortlisted for Judges Choice Prize)
2018 Forms Assembled in the Light: The KPP Prize for Art, Architecture + Design, Sunny Bank Mills Gallery, Leeds
2016 Resonances Retold, York Art Gallery, York
2016 See:Saw, York St John University, York
2015 Relish, The New School House Gallery, York
2015 Goddards Reimagined, National Trust at Goddards, York
2016 York St John University, BA (Hons) Fine Art, Class I
2016 Vice Chancellor’s Faculty of Arts Medal and Fine Art Programme Prize