14 Ultrachrome Prints
10 x 24 x 1 inches
BIO: Sue O’Donnell is a visual artist whose work combines experimental book arts, graphic design, and conceptual narratives. She earned her MFA degree in Visual Arts at Purchase College and currently teaches digital art and graphic print design at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. Along with a national exhibition record, she is the recipient of numerous artist residencies, grants, and awards. Recent exhibitions include P3 (Print, Produce, Publish) at the University of Utah and Signs of our Times: Text-based Art of the 21st Century at the Contemporary Art Gallery at Southeastern Louisiana University. www.rumerhasit.com
STATEMENT: I create visual narratives that resemble maps, graphs, or timelines based on personal experiences and significant life events. The Therapy Series is based on notes written by my therapist during a series of counseling sessions in 2011-2012. Each specimen was created using a session transcript notated with an emotion indicator based on the therapists assessment of my state of mind during the session. An index, included with the piece, defines the indicator codes (Anxious; Exhausted; Frustrated; Guilty; Intense; Normal; Overwhelmed; Vigilant; Worried).