"Seubert's exhibit on a subject most people don't like to think about includes two series: Asphyxiation, a grouping of 40 x 30 inch images printed on aluminum, and Manner of, another series of smaller prints, 12 x 12 inches each, depicting various methods of taking one's own life. They are passionate and controlled and free of irony. The larger images in particular are unsettling and revealing. These ghostly images of faces misshapen by clinging bags of clear plastic are confrontational, and yet they're not. The photographs are beautiful, simple, gorgeous in a way that seems strangely moving and serene, like Pietàs of the underworld."
Oregon ArtsWatch review of Seubert's Exhibit
Bob Hicks writes eloquently of Susan Seubert's "Not a Day Goes By" exhibition
April 26, 2017