Collection contains photographs and documents from artist, Susannah Hays.
Susannah Hays (born, September 12, 1959) is an American artist and educator practicing in the fields of philosophy, contemporary
photography and book arts. While she is especially known for her work with cameraless and 19th Century processes, her creative
work expands to realms of experimentation in all visual media. She teaches courses that focus on aesthetics in art practice,
the embodied mind, constructions of space, topologies, artist’s books and visual autobiography.
42.25 Linear Feet
(1 box, 2 cartons, 62 flat boxes, 1 map folder)
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