Digital Photographic Print Edition on Paper
Image Size: 14.5" x 21"
Paper Size: 17" x 22"
Framed Size: 18" x 23"
Available in Black, White, and Natural float mount on paper
Framed to the edge of the board
Williamsburg 5 is a contemporary urban color photograph by Susan Daboll. Daboll makes use of the borough's bold lines and colours to craft a thoughtful composition.
Artist Susan Daboll was born in South Weymouth, Massachusetts, grew up in Niantic, Connecticut. After studying printmaking and photography at Syracuse University, she moved to New York, where she graduated from the International Center for Photography/ New York University Master’s program. For more than a decade, she taught photography at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development.
While running her own printing studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Daboll began experimenting with mural-size images and techniques. In the early ‘90’s, she earned acclaim for large-scale black and white photographs of the female form that were investigations into sexuality, mythology, and religion. A 1995 Yaddo residency resulted in a radical change of direction, and she began using color film to explore nature and the man-made landscape. In 2007, she started crossing over into digital printing, and later digital photography, completing her first all-digital project, Sublime Indifference, in 2008, and subsequently exhibiting it in Chelsea, NY, at the Michel Allen Gallery. At the same time that she was exploring digital, she started to paint, missing the tactility of a non-digital medium.
On a trip to Greece in 1998, Daboll met and married her late husband, P.C. Dimitracopoulos, and began dividing her time between the Cycladic island of Paros and NYC, which she still does.
Daboll’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is included in numerous public and private collections, including the Portland Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Arkansas Art Center, the Chicago Art Institute, Art Museum of the University of Colorado at Boulder, Monterey Museum of Art, Pfizer, and AT&T.
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