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Su Blackwell

Laissezfaire, one of our favourite blogs, told us about Su Blackwall and we so love her, we must share!

Birds, 2007
27cm X 32cm X 23cm

Betty in Cloudland, 2007
27cm X 50cm X 22cm

Paper is an accessible medium that has been used for communication since its invention. Su chose to engage this delicate material with irreversible and destructive processes. Her works reflect the precariousness of the world we inhabit and the fragility of life, dreams and ambitions.

Paper animation for Beringer Campaign, 2007

Su creates beautiful landscapes that feature nature and brilliant literary classics like The Secret Garden and Alice in Wonderland. Her intricate work emerging out of the books appear to release the trapped enchanment within, capturing the characters in a state of flux.

Do watch the Making of the Beringer Campaign!

[images and text from Su Blackwall. Thank you Su!]

For more information, visit Su Blackwall.

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