Within only a matter of hours after Bushwick Open Studios 2015 came to its official close, I paid a completely crowdless visit to Suzanne Kelser’s Bushwick studio in the 56 Bogart building (which still seems structurally sound, somehow, by the way). Her rather inter-dimensional, mixed-media drawings on mylar and paper elicited quite a nice conversation about embedded informatics, perceptible depths, softened rectilinearities, and attachments—or not—to states. We also talked about Arpanet. And artichokes. And dropping hats. And Utah.
Here are some images from my visit. To see more of Suzanne’s work, visit her website.
Paul D’Agostino, Ph.D. is an artist, writer, translator, curator and professor living in Bushwick, Brooklyn. More information about him is available here, and you can find him as @postuccio on Instagram and Twitter.