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Group Exhibition, 2004
Millenium Galleries, Sheffield, UK
An exhibition of drawing.
Solo Exhibition, 2003
London UK, Stockwell, London, UK
This series of works began with a project at Stockwell Park School and evolved into a performance and film where Susan took a line for a walk with a Line Drawing Machine around the boundary of Stockwell. Using white poster paint the boundary was marked wi
Group Exhibition, 2003
England and Co., London, U.K.
Exhibition of work relating to clothing and dress.
Solo Exhibition, 2001
Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, Texas, USA
This exhibition included a selection of sculptural works and drawings made form rubber inner-tubes, tea bags, coffee filters and large paper 'Pom-Pom' made in site from paper supplied by the Kimberly Clark Corporation.
Solo Exhibition, 2001
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
An exhibition of work that related to colonial history, mapping and geo-politics. The pieces were made with everyday materials such as used coffee filters, rubber inner tubes, dress making patterns and tea and other everyday materials and products.
Group Exhibition, 2000
Aldwych Tube Station, London, U.K.
Work Made - 'Lily'. Site specific Works by selected artists including - William Furlong, Stephanie James, Julie Westerman, Frank Brown, Edgar Schmitz., Daniel Robinson.
Group Exhibition, 1998
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut, USA
A cross section of artists made interventions in the museums spaces including Bryan Tolle, Robert Gober, David Nash, Lee Boroson, Judy Fox, Liza Lou, Sharon Louden and Roberly Bell
Group Exhibition, 1997
Neuberger Museum of Contemporary Art, White Plains, New York, U.S.A.
3 person exhibition. With Paul Wong and Angiola Churchill.
Solo Exhibition, 1997
Dell la War Pavillion, Bex Hill on Sea, UK
Solo exhibition based on the theme of Cinderella and other fairytales.
Solo Exhibition, 1996-7
Battersea Art Centre, Angel Row Gallery & Wrexham Art Centre, London, Nottingham & Wrexham, U.K.
'Embedded' was made from industrial scale quantities of paper, supplied by Kimberly-Clark in the UK. The paper was returned to Kimberly-Clark after the exhibition to be recycled. The stacks were made by compressing paper into moulds, see image.
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