Artists

  • islomania [2 from a series of 4], 2016

    Suzanne O'Haire, islomania [2 from a series of 4], 2016, concrete, foam, plastic and found objetcs, 10 x 25 x 26 cm

  • imported maladies [1 from a series of 7], 2015

    Suzanne O'Haire, imported maladies [1 from a series of 7], 2015, concrete, snowcrete, mirror, felt, foam, tips-ex, permanent marker and found objects, 23 x 30 x 22 cm

  • concerns and conceits [2 from a series of 4], 2015

    Suzanne O'Haire, concerns and conceits [2 from a series of 4], 2015, cast aluminium, sheet acrylic, concrete, steel, wood, tips-ex, permanent marker, glitter and found objects, 23 x 19 x 16 cm

  • no one is coming, 2015

    Suzanne O'Haire, no one is coming, 2015, concrete, wood, plastic, mirror, card, rice paper, elastic and found objects, 31 x 14 x 15 cm

Suzanne O'Haire MRBS

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  • Website: http://www.suzanneohaire.co.uk

London born | Brighton based

In the studio, found objects, remnants, samples and castings from disposed packaging wait to be reactivated from their inert states. By reconfiguring these familiar and mundane forms, there’s constant reinterpretation, allowing for new connections to be made. For a time nothing is totally static, but then there’s what I call a ping moment, when a permanent structure emerges from impermanent matter, and systems of order and display are consolidated. Islands, architectural playgrounds, rafts, beacons and bunkers materialize, isolated locations are held within voids, reaching for something else. Subtle shifts and tensions imply an underlying sense of discord – do these manifestations of reimagined matter offer hope or hold apprehension? Perhaps both.

  • Categories: Abstract, Conceptual
  • Materials: Mixed media, Found Objects, Other
  • Location: South East