FEATURED ARTIST — SUSAN DAVID
I often think about the fragility of the body and how it relates to memory, my own as well as in a broader context. I am interested in exploring memory and fragility through an investigation of textures and layers. My textural preoccupations circle materials that are ragged, filigrees, both transparent & translucent. They are a dry, thin skin of sorts that sheds and flakes.
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Susan David is an interdisciplinary artist who grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana. She is currently working on her Masters of Fine Arts from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her creations, influenced by theories of the body, disease, early natural biology, memory, insects, identity, and the symbolic nature of water play with themes of violence and destruction, madness and vulnerability in conjunction with the human form. She was nominated by Country Roads Magazine as an up-and-coming regional artist in 2012 and is the founder and Executive Director of Freetown Studios, A Non-Profit Artist Studio Production Co-op. For the past 11 years, she has been working with Dayana Stetco and the Milena Theatre Group as an artist, set designer, and ensemble member. You can follow her on Facebook, Tumblr (Scuze.56), & Instagram (@scuze.56).