Susan Stockwell is a sculptor who makes subtly political work about materials and their inherent content and histories, with injustice and inequality as overarching themes.
Her work addresses political, social, ecological and feminist issues, using her trademark motifs and metaphors of maps, stacks, dresses, money, recycled computer components, paper, rubber and other everyday materials and products.
Watch the making of Susan's installation Sail Away in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern
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© Susan Stockwell 2018