New Work by Susan Burnstine
Catherine Couturier Gallery is excited to announce a trio of newly released images by the always amazing Susan Burnstine. The three images were made during Susan's recent trip to the San Francisco Bay Area, adding to the already great series, Absence of Being. Each image is quintessential San Francisco, depicting a cable car traversing a steep hill, the Golden Gate Bridge shrouded in fog and Chinatown facing the Bay Bridge.
The three new images, Golden Gate Bridge, 5:58AM; Jackson Street, 7:48AM; and California & Stockton, 8:06AM, are varnished archival pigment ink prints available in 12x12 or 16x16 inches with a limited edition of 15 for both sizes.
Golden Gate Bridge, 5:58AM
Jackson Street, 7:48AM
California & Stockton, 8:06AM
As Susan fans may already know, Susan creates her ephemeral, dream-like images entirely in camera using one of her 21 handmade film cameras and lenses rather than through post-processing manipulation. The cameras, frequently unpredictable and technically challenging, are mostly made from plastic, vintage camera parts and random household objects while her single element lenses are molded out of plastic and rubber.
To see more of Susan's work, stop in the gallery during regular business hours (Tuesday through Saturday, 10am-5pm) or call/email to schedule an appointment.