Sue Goldschmidt

Sue Goldschmidt is an Australian London-based ceramic artist. She holds a BA Hons from Manchester University in Language and Literary Studies, and a BA Hons (first class) in Ceramics from Westminster University. Currently undertaking a practice-based Phd in Ceramics at CREAM, Sue makes large-scale ceramic installation concerned with the ability of objects and spaces to embody emotion, and the anachronistic juxtaposition of contemporary and ancient narratives. Sue is also influenced by ecological aesthetics and concerns, and has recently been awarded a public art commission for Harrow Square to realise her living plant work Hedgerow. Sue taught Ceramics at The Institute, Hampstead Garden Suburb, between 2006 – 2013, and has work in the Ben Uri Gallery collection. Sue has exhibited extensively throughout the UK, including at the Menier Gallery, CAA, Cupola Contemporary Art, DKNY London, North Cloisters UCL, 20/21 Visual Art Centre, Ludlow Assembly Rooms, Christie’s, and the Liverpool Biennial Fringe.

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