Suzy Kellems Dominik


Artist & Emotional Autobiographer



Summer 2018 - Ongoing


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Suzy Kellems Dominik (b. 1961) is a multi-disciplinary artist known for her fearlessly confrontational investigations into sculpture, time-based media, and poetry. Kellems Dominik seeks to encourage the amplification of strong female voices with a focus on self-empowerment, pleasure, and the private-made-public. Her varied body of work is underscored by a profound empathy for the vulnerability of the human condition and for the principles that underlie our efforts to connect, communicate, and commune. Kellems Dominik’s work is characterized by diligent research into visual traditions, cultural taboos, religious legacy, and the body. Drawing on the endlessly expressive qualities of film, performance, photography, and sculpture, Kellems Dominik explores objectification and the male gaze, human trauma, female sexuality, agency, and her own experience of loss and survival.

Kellems Dominik has exhibited solo presentations with Chashama (New York), Ludlow House (New York), The Laundry (San Francisco), Onishi Project (New York), LaCuna Art Studios (Chicago), and Coup d’Etat (San Francisco). Her sculptural installations have been exhibited internationally in collaboration with Showfields (New York), PUBLIC Hotel (Chicago), the Nautilus Hotel (Miami), and the Freehand Hotel (Miami). Kellems Dominik has further presented her work on the international art fair circuit, including with the Armory Show (New York), Scope Art Fair (Miami), the Tokyo International Art Fair (Tokyo), the Affordable Art Fair (New York)

She lives and works between San Francisco, California, New
York City, New York, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.