Nipple Chain (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 50 x 67cm

Nipple Chain (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 50 x 67cm

Bruno undone (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper on watercolour paper, 50 x 67cm

Holiday Colonnade (detail) (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper

Installation view - featuring Holiday Colonnade (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 330 x 500cm and 300 x 1200cm; Heart Seat (2018) stained beech plywood and powder coated metal, 105 x 110cm; Gift of Tongues (2017) 50 minute soundtrack (on headphones) commissioned by Grand Union, Birmingham and selected framed works (all 2018)

Red Boots (2018) acrylic paint and silver wrapping paper on cut tissue paper, 110 x 85cm

The Chain Dress in the Window (II) (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 89 x 67cm

The Chain Dress in the Window (II) (2018) (detail) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 89 x 67cm

Heart Seat (2018) stained birch plywood, powder coated steel, 105 x 110cm; Gift of Tongues (2017) (on headphones) 50-minute looped soundtrack commissioned by Grand Union

Installation view

Detail of Holiday Colonnade (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 330 x 500cm with (L) Bruno Undone (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper on watercolour paper, 50 x 67 xcm (R) Nipple Chain (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper 50 x 67cm

Glossy Mask (2018) acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 79 x 57cm

The Chain Dress in the Window (I) (2018) 50 x 40cm, acrylic paint on cut tissue paper

Installation view

JERWOOD SOLO PRESENTATION

Solo presentation at Jerwood Visual Arts, London (2018)

Acrylic paint on cut tissue paper, 50-minute soundtrack (on headphones), stained beech plywood, powder coated metal.

‘Jerwood Solo Presentations 2018 showcases newly commissioned works by Rob Crosse, Susie Green and Georgia Horgan in three concurrent exhibitions at Jerwood Space, London. Selected from across the UK, the artists are each commissioned to produce a new and distinctive body of work.

Diverse in content and materials, the three solo presentations span painting, sculpture, installation, film, and photography, expanding upon each artist’s existing works to position sex, intimacy and desire in a socio-political context.

Susie Green’s solo presentation is comprised of new architectural scale paintings, delicate framed works on paper, sculptures and a recorded, looped soundtrack that both question and celebrate ornamentation, pleasure and the decorated body.

Within this large-scale installation, heart-shaped seating serves as fantasy sex-shop furniture, pop culture homage and interactive object all at once. Together, the works form a multisensory environment with female desire at the fore. Filled with jewel-like colours and tactile forms, the artist presents an immersive space for viewers to engage with the ornamental and physical properties of the work and each other’.

Listen to a recording of in-conversation at Jerwood with Philomena Epps HERE

 

Supported by Arts Council England

Photos: Anna Arca