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Artists On The Light Work Experience: Susan Worsham

This is the fourth piece of our multi-part blog installment featuring a photographic artist, and previous Light Work Artist-In-Residence. This week we hear from Susan Worsham. The statement that follows is Worsham’s answer to our questions, folded together into a series of captivating memories. I remember showing executive Director Jefferey Hoone and some of the […]

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Susan Worsham: Conversations with Margaret Daniel

Susan Worsham’s exhibition Bittersweet/Bloodwork features audio recordings of Worsham and her older neighbor Margaret Daniel’s conversations about plants, life, and death. All together, the photographs and accompaniments in Bittersweet/Bloodwork speak of the poetry of childhood, nature, discovery, love, and loss. “I can remember one particular time when I visited Margaret,” says Worsham. “I looked out of […]

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Susan Worsham: Bittersweet/Bloodwork

Susan Worsham—Bittersweet/Bloodwork Exhibition Dates: September 4–October 19, 2012 Gallery Reception: September 13, 5–7 pm Light Work is pleased to announce the exhibition Bittersweet/Bloodwork, featuring the works of Southern photographer Susan Worsham. The photographs were taken in and around Virginia, where her family has passed but the soil remains rich with memory and metaphor. All together, […]

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Light Work’s Guggenheim Fellows

Light Work would like to wish a hearty congratulations to our Light Work family members Susan Lipper, Arno Rafael Minkkinen & Stuart Rome on being named 2015 Guggenheim Fellows. The John Simon Guggenheim Foundation’s annual Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded to men and women who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability […]

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Graduate Student Profile: Leah Edelman-Brier

Light Work‘s lab and community spaces serve as a home base for many graduate and undergraduate students at Syracuse University. With this series of blog installments, we wanted to showcase the work of a few of these recent graduates who have actively used our spaces in the creation of their thesis projects. Today, as the […]