Susie’s practice is focused on the process of manipulating everyday forms. She abstracts these using a scanner, flattening, elongating and magnifying; obscuring functional objects into complex, layered imagery. This results in a unique form made through a moment of movement that can never be recreated. She uses these new ‘letters’ to ‘write’ installations showing her visual language of assemblages of college and sculpture. Creating a form of digital archaeology, she invites the viewer to investigate and explore the work as she brings the digital topography she has devised through a process of abstraction into the physical and present.