1. Landscape of War – mixed media (acrylic and found objects) on canvas; 36 x 60 in.
2. Liberty and Justice, for Whom? – acrylic and chalk on canvas; 60 x 36 in.
3. Freedom – acrylic and hemp cord on canvas; 40 x 30 in.
4. Disposables Emerging – mixed media on canvas (acrylic, junk mail); 18 x 24 in.
5. Insurrection – mixed media on canvas(acrylic, molding paste, found objects and hemp cord); 36 x24 in.
6. Hatching Myself (from “The World Split Open” Series) – mixed media on canvas; 24 x 18 in.
7. Undoing (from “The World Split Open” Series) – mixed media; 18 x 24 in.
8. Human Geology – acrylic on canvas; 18 x 24 in.
Suzanne Scott Constantine
Suzanne Scott Constantine, an interdisciplinary artist working in visual art, writing and performance, is a resident artist at the Workhouse Arts Center in Northern Virginia. Her work reflects her teaching practice at George Mason University, where she is a professor. Her art explores the transgressions of contemporary society, proposes radical compassion and offers the hope for transformation. Her work focuses on the constant surveillance of women’s bodies, a call to become a “mouthpiece” for the society’s “disposables,” and a challenge to confront racial and class inequalities. Her works, though intentionally ambiguous, reference current events and offer the possibility of resistance.
© Suzanne Scott Constantine