Susannah Zucker | Avian | Life-size Ceramic Sculpture | November 7th, 2014

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Life-size Ceramic Sculptor Susannah Zucker explores the instinctual desires and fascinations that drive the human spirit in her show, "Avian" at Bill Lowe Gallery on November 7th thru Nov. 29th.

susannah zucker | avian | ceramic, feathers and sheepskin | 38 x 65 x 32 inches | 2014

susannah zucker | avian | ceramic, feathers and sheepskin | 38 x 65 x 32 inches | 2014

Bill Lowe Gallery presents Avian, an examination of the primal, resilient and transcendent qualities of the human body, in a one-person exhibition of life-size sculpture by American sculptor Susannah Zucker. The exhibition opens Friday, November 7th, from 6 - 9 PM, at our new Miami Circle location.

The works comprising this show are anatomically driven and involve layering of animalistic, medical and/or fetishistic overtones. The compilation of elements illustrates the human body’s potential to exceed the limitations of conventional physicality.

Susannah Zucker depicts the human body as a vehicle for transformation by combining natural objects that bestow bird-like qualities to them. The wing-like appendages made of bones and antlers offer a testament to the animal aspects of human nature. Zucker explores the instinctual desires and fascinations that often drive us in ways we cannot understand or perceive. A subtle eroticism of feathers and furs is woven into the exhibition's tapestry, filling in the visceral range of the sculptures by making the body a vessel of sensation and pleasure.

About Bill Lowe Gallery:

Bill Lowe Gallery has for a quarter of a century ranked as the south’s pre-eminent contemporary gallery. It sanctions a vigorous advocacy of potent primary and alternative voices in art.

The gallery represents artists from around the globe who share powerful and eloquent visions supported by a highly advanced mastery of their media. The visceral emotionality and sheer physicality of its work lends a highly theatrical flavor to the gallery’s offering. Thematically, the gallery’s aesthetic is characterized by a metaphysical yearning articulated by process and imagery which is strongly psycho-spiritual and psycho-sexual in nature.

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