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Susan Rosenberg: Peripheral Visions

by Brian Thompson November 09, 2013

Susan Rosenberg: Peripheral Visions

Susan Rosenberg: Peripheral Visions

This exhibition ran at the Millinery Works in 2013
Hmm, Fireworks
What happens in an artist’s mind when she looks at objects in the world…or chooses not to look…or chooses to look at the objects in her mind’s eye, overlaid and mediated by other fragments of thoughts and memories?
The pictures in Susan Rosenberg’s latest exhibition – “Peripheral Visions” – lay out this process for viewers to share, while choosing their own interaction. People who know her work will recognise many of the same elements as in previous exhibitions,
including her unique sense of colour and her preoccupation with natural images, but, yet again, the work has evolved.
The pictures in “Peripheral Visions” are the result of multimedia experimentation that combines digital image creation using 3D scanning technology and computer drawing techniques, with the direct application of paint, pencil,watercolour and pastel. This mix of technical enquiry and practice enables Susan to layer multiple, complex fragments of imagery and structure as she grapples with the way in whichmemory and emotion interact with direct observation.

William Black
September 2013
Tall and Thin and Short and Roud
It Moved Round Some Time
Two of a Pair or One of a Kind



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