Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Suzy Kopf has lived in NYC since 2007. She graduated from The New School University with a BFA in Fine Arts and a BA in Art History. She is currently pursuing her MFA at Maryland Institute College of Art. She was the RAW Brooklyn Visual Artist of the Year in 2012 and has been an artist in residence at Elsewhere and the Vermont Studio Center. She has shown throughout the United States and is in several private collections both nationally and abroad.
I’ve found that removing aspects of a discrete location morphs a particular ‘where’ into an ‘anywhere’ locale, a phenomenon that makes the space simultaneously inaccessible and seductive. I want to test what happens when information is removed and only white, flat, emptiness holds its place. The resulting series is best described as a series of ‘white spaces.’ The works are a visual recollection of specific moments of travel, racked by the failures of human memory as represented by a computer. This series chronicles changing civilizations, the death of the industrial way of life and ominous persisting presence of the pixilated world.
b. 1989, San Francisco, CA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY