(b 1988United Kingdom. Lives and works in Cambridge)
Susie Olczaks work invites refreshing themes of time, climate change and urban development in the context of new technologies and digital culture. Particularly, she expresses a keen interest in the idea of adaptation. A perception of geometry, pattern, and light while moving through transitory spaces, such as corridors, underpasses, and the walkways between buildings. Olczak aims to make people more aware of the spaces around them by framing the details that are often overlooked.
“I use architectural materials - neon, stone, glass, concrete and steel – combining these in my works to consider urban spaces as systems composed of balance, weight, and fragility.”