Tag Archives: Susie Freeman

For Kai

photo: Alastair Grant Kai arrived at The Rowley Gallery over 30 years ago, I can’t be sure of the exact date, but her name back then was Kathy. And to all who knew her in pre-Rowley days she always remained … Read more

WOWI

WOWI is an acronym for What Once Was Imagined, a reference to William Blake’s proverb ‘What is now proved was once only imagined’, and the title of a beautiful exhibition at the Royal College of General Practitioners. There are 28 … Read more

Living Calendar

The first advent calendar I remember was a snowy landscape splashed in chunky glitter. Little numbered doors were hard to see and fiddly to open but I was delighted when a tiny candle or perky robin was revealed. It was … Read more

What Once Was Imagined

Susie Freeman & Liz Lee: What Once Was Imagined This summer I visited São Paulo to install a new work at Oscar Niemeyer’s OCA pavilion in Ibirapuera Park. The exhibition INVENTO is best described as a science museum designed by … Read more

Safety Net

In 2011 a great opportunity had come my way; a retrospective for Pharmacopoeia with a linked solo exhibition in a lakeside Danish gallery. However, at the time I was in the hold of a depression and struggling to do the … Read more

Resistance Rising

The 18th of November is European Antibiotics Awareness Day and the start of the American Get Smart About Antibiotics Week.

Foam To Femme

Much of last year I worked with my Pharmacopoeia partner, GP Liz Lee, on a commission for Denmark. Medicinsk Museion is a combined research unit and public museum at Copenhagen University, which in recent years reinvented itself by developing insightful, … Read more

A Tenuous Link

These tiny cows are the missing link between Susie Freeman and Jelly Green. I can imagine them displayed in knitted pockets (Captive Friesians) or portrayed with bright and lively brushstrokes (Captivating Herd). I borrowed the photo from Eva the Weaver.

Gift Wrapped

Susie Freeman brought us a few more pieces of work, just in time for Christmas. This one is already gift wrapped. Is the yellow ribbon significant? Is it part of the artwork? Not really. Susie opened the frame to swap … Read more

Femme Vitale

A dress of pills by Susie Freeman & Pharmacopoeia highlighting the increasing incidence of diabetes.

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