Susan Hyde Greene


Susan Hyde Greene is fascinated with the variety of ways people interpret what they see, each thinking their view is the truth, and seeks to challenge the concept of absolute truth; of a correct perspective.


She does this by working with light and shadows, which blur the lines of vision in her photographic and mixed media work. She creates scenes that reveal themselves differently at different times and incorporates how diversely scenes and images can be perceived depending on where the eyes are at the moment and where they have been in the past.


By manipulating some of her original images with silvery graphite, Hyde Greene also challenges convictions of real versus real, permanence and impermanence.