It Was All a Screen
This collage work explores those social phenomena that assist in brutality's indoctrination, as well as the use of photography in propaganda and exploitation. The artist’s photo collages and works on paper are explorations in the creation of personal topographies—combining insights gleaned from science, travel and geographic magazines and books of the past fifty years.
Woods' work explores intimacy and emotional ecosystems in their relationship to other species, as well as land and bodies of water. Notions of love, sensuality and touch are central to the artist's understanding of forms of power; for Woods, they have the possibility to heal and transform the body, mind and spirit within imperialistic regimes.
Suné Woods creates video installations, photographs and collages that engage cultural and social histories. The artist’s work explores how notions of love, sensuality and touch are central to understanding how forms of power operate within imperialistic regimes. Woods’ art examines how emotional ecosystems—especially in relationship to other species, as well as land and bodies of water—have the possibility to heal and transform the body, mind and spirit.