Abstract artistic photography by Susanna Corcoran
In her latest work, photographer Susanna Corcoran created temporary situations to be photographed by intervening in the common place with everyday materials like milk and water. The results are, well, surreal yet grounded in the mundane. Writing about Susanna’s work for her recent MFA show, Mills College Art Museum Director and curator Stephanie Hanor wrote: ‘Susanna Corcoran uses straight photography to capture gaps in perception. Beautiful in their use of color and composition, Corcoran’s images straddle reality and pure abstraction. Real physical substances and locations meld into worlds that appear both universal and microscopic in scope’.