su/q

 

Susan Dillon, under the name "su/q", is currently working on the 'Life Cycles Project', using installations of 3-D fabric sculptures of fungus, plants, flowers, seed pods, and other life forms to explore the cycle of life growth & decay both in the urban environment and within the human experience. These installations allow the viewer to change their perception of street art, both in medium and in size/scale (as some of the individual pieces in an installation are a few inches across).