For her current and developing body of work, Sue has drawn directly from recent personal experiences; grouping dramatically altered combinations of fired and unfired porcelain vessels. The near destruction of the porcelain simultaneously representing human fragility and strength. Sue has integrated performative work as a further exploration of this theme.

In February 2017 Sue will be exhibiting with Contemporary Applied Arts in COLLECT at the Saatchi Gallery.

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Broken, shown as part of Aspex’s 2016 Craft Emergency is made up of over 60 pieces. Each individual piece was thrown with the weight of the human heart and lungs.

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Blood Cells. Porcelain and Birch Ply, Ryde Community Clinic, NHS Commission 2015, 1 m x 0.75 m

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Blood Cells. Porcelain and Birch Ply, Ryde Community Clinic, NHS Commission 2015, 1 m x 0.75 m

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Blood Cells. Porcelain and Birch Ply, Ryde Community Clinic, NHS Commission 2015, 1 m x 0.75 m

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Smashed, ‘Make, Believe, Make,’ Porcelain and copper slip installation, Portsmouth Museum 2012

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The Beach. Porcelain, Stoneware and Birch Ply, Ryde Community Clinic, NHS Commission 2015, 2 m x 1 m

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The Beach. Porcelain, Stoneware and Birch Ply, Ryde Community Clinic, NHS Commission 2015, 2 m x 1 m

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The Beach. Porcelain, Stoneware and Birch Ply, Ryde Community Clinic, NHS Commission 2015, 2 m x 1 m