Exhibition / 30 Jun – 17 Jul 2021


Suzie Larke

Unseen uses conceptual photography to depict the experiences of struggle of a group of participants. Artist Suzie Larke uses constructed imagery, digitally stitching photographs together in such a way that they present as a single, untampered image. By using ‘magical realism’ to transform photographs that take the everyday and skew it, she creates images that interpret the subjective experience of struggles with mental well-being.

This project aims to help people express their experiences through conceptual photography. It aims to increase awareness and conversation about mental well-being and unite us in the knowledge that everyone goes through – and can overcome – struggle.

About Artist

Portrait of Suzie Larke

Suzie Larke

Suzie Larke is a visual artist and photographer based in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Graduating with a degree in photography in 2002, she has since worked internationally as a commercial and portrait photographer.

Her fine art photography explores themes of identity, emotion, and mental health. Suzie is interested in representing an internal state rather than capturing a moment in time. She creates images that challenge our notion of reality – combining photographs to create an image that defies logic.