Sukhis main disciplines are printmaking, collage and sculpture. She is also fond of the interdisciplinary, which often reaches outside the above.
Sukhis work is characterised by careful composition and clean lines, many times incorporating elements of humour or the bizarre.
Her main studio was until october 2017 located in Trondheim harbour, Central Norway. A new workspace is now being established in Copenhagen, Denmark.
What do we perceive as balance? This has been a recurring theme in my work for the last decade. Regardless of whether the inspiration comes from day-to-day life or something more universal, the work often triggers some form of recognition. Such closeness, or experiencing a sense of affinity with the message in the work, is important to me.
The combining of abstract and figurative elements also reflects a desire to communicate something tangible and coherent. So even if the piece in itself does not provide any immediate clues, the title is designed to give the viewer a specific experience. Thus the theme “Balance” is revisited in various ways.
I often work across different disciplines, but my primary focus is on sculpture, collage and printmaking. There is nearly always an obsessive focus on composition, regardless of material or subject matter. It may be charecterized as an perfectionistic nature, so perhaps this is one reason why balance is such an exciting topic?
• One percent of the profits will go to environmental initiatives.
• Every project is done with concern about the carbon footprint.
• In work with kids and youth reused and recycled materials are always the main choice.