Susan Sitko is a multidisciplinary artist working predominantly with photography and ceramics. She focuses on the tactile element in her work, through which she explores themes of femininity, identity, and nature.
In the exhibition, she displays pieces from a series titled Sensitive Flesh. It serves as an investigation of human bodies and how beauty intertwines with their strange nature. Using floral forms, water and mirrors she creates complex scenes which show the surreal and minimalistic qualities of her visual language.
“In photography, I pay a lot of attention to textures. I want the viewer to ‘feel’ my work just by looking at it. I think that’s also the major reason why my practice has expanded to working with clay. By approaching my creative practice with childlike curiosity, I allow myself to expand and create something tactile and playful while also adhering to wider concepts.”