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  • Conjoint 120 x 120

    Suzi Joel

    Conjoint 120 x 120

    £2,200.00

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    Suzi Joel

    Conjoint 120 x 120

    £2,200.00

    Description
    Framed seaweed artwork

    Material
    Oak framed artwork with Flustra Foliacea.

    Often mistaken for a seaweed or coral, Flustra Foliacea is a colonial species of bryozoan found in the north of the Atlantic Ocean. The life of the colony begins with a single individual settling onto an immobile substrate, and after a little growth reproducing asexually by budding. Individual fronds may grow to around 20cm in length with strong tides causing the fronds to lengthen. A lesser known aspect of social and scientific Victorian history is the fashionable pursuit amongst women of beachcombing for seaweed found washed up after storms. The 150-year-old archival collection by Margaret Gatty at St. Andrew’s University, within which Flustra Foliacea can be found, serves as testimony to the bryozoan’s tremendous durability.


    Dimensions
    120 x120cm

    More about Suzi Joel
    Suzi's work contemplates attachment and habitat, using a variety of materials including wood and woven fibre, with her latest projects using the seaweed-like Flustra Foliacea. Through bringing it into an altogether unfamiliar context - trading the sea for an oak frame - her latest works invite new perspectives. Each piece is bespoke and commissions can be made for specific dimensions different to those listed

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  • Conjoint 60 x 60, installation

    Suzi Joel

    Conjoint 60 x 60

    £1,000.00

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    Suzi Joel

    Conjoint 60 x 60

    £1,000.00

    Description
    Framed seaweed artwork

    Material
    Oak framed artwork with Flustra Foliacea

    Often mistaken for a seaweed or coral, Flustra Foliacea is a colonial species of bryozoan found in the north of the Atlantic Ocean. The life of the colony begins with a single individual settling onto an immobile substrate, and after a little growth reproducing asexually by budding. Individual fronds may grow to around 20cm in length with strong tides causing the fronds to lengthen. A lesser known aspect of social and scientific Victorian history is the fashionable pursuit amongst women of beachcombing for seaweed found washed up after storms. The 150-year-old archival collection by Margaret Gatty at St. Andrew’s University, within which Flustra Foliacea can be found, serves as testimony to the bryozoan’s tremendous durability.

    Dimensions
    60cm x 60cm

    More about Suzi Joel
    Suzi's work contemplates attachment and habitat, using a variety of materials including wood and woven fibre, with her latest projects using the seaweed-like Flustra Foliacea. Through bringing it into an altogether unfamiliar context - trading the sea for an oak frame - her latest works invite new perspectives. Each piece is bespoke and commissions can be made for specific dimensions different to those listed

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  • Conjoint 90 x 90

    Suzi Joel

    Conjoint 90 x 90

    £1,750.00

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    Suzi Joel

    Conjoint 90 x 90

    £1,750.00

    Description
    Framed seaweed artwork

    Material
    Oak framed artwork with Flustra Foliacea

    Often mistaken for a seaweed or coral, Flustra Foliacea is a colonial species of bryozoan found in the north of the Atlantic Ocean. The life of the colony begins with a single individual settling onto an immobile substrate, and after a little growth reproducing asexually by budding. Individual fronds may grow to around 20cm in length with strong tides causing the fronds to lengthen. A lesser known aspect of social and scientific Victorian history is the fashionable pursuit amongst women of beachcombing for seaweed found washed up after storms. The 150-year-old archival collection by Margaret Gatty at St. Andrew’s University, within which Flustra Foliacea can be found, serves as testimony to the bryozoan’s tremendous durability.

    Dimensions
    90 x 90cm

    More about Suzi Joel
    Suzi's work contemplates attachment and habitat, using a variety of materials including wood and woven fibre, with her latest projects using the seaweed-like Flustra Foliacea. Through bringing it into an altogether unfamiliar context - trading the sea for an oak frame - her latest works invite new perspectives. Each piece is bespoke and commissions can be made for specific dimensions different to those listed

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  • Protract, installation

    Suzi Joel

    Protract

    £550.00

    Suzi Joel

    Protract

    £550.00

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    Suzi Joel

    Protract

    £550.00

    Description
    Protract framed seaweed artwork

    Material
    Oak framed artwork with Flustra Foliacea

    Often mistaken for a seaweed or coral, Flustra Foliacea is a colonial species of bryozoan found in the north of the Atlantic Ocean. The life of the colony begins with a single individual settling onto an immobile substrate, and after a little growth reproducing asexually by budding. Individual fronds may grow to around 20cm in length with strong tides causing the fronds to lengthen. A lesser known aspect of social and scientific Victorian history is the fashionable pursuit amongst women of beachcombing for seaweed found washed up after storms. The 150-year-old archival collection by Margaret Gatty at St. Andrew’s University, within which Flustra Foliacea can be found, serves as testimony to the bryozoan’s tremendous durability.

    Dimensions
    15 x 50cm

    More about Suzi Joel
    Suzi's work contemplates attachment and habitat, using a variety of materials including wood and woven fibre, with her latest projects using the seaweed-like Flustra Foliacea. Through bringing it into an altogether unfamiliar context - trading the sea for an oak frame - her latest works invite new perspectives. Each piece is bespoke and commissions can be made for specific dimensions different to those listed

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  • Substrata, installation

    Suzi Joel

    Substrata

    £1,750.00

    Suzi Joel

    Substrata

    £1,750.00

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    Suzi Joel

    Substrata

    £1,750.00

    Description
    Circular mounted seaweed artwork

    Material
    Using Flustra Foliacea, mounted on an oak frame

    Often mistaken for a seaweed or coral, Flustra Foliacea is a colonial species of bryozoan found in the north of the Atlantic Ocean. The life of the colony begins with a single individual settling onto an immobile substrate, and after a little growth reproducing asexually by budding. Individual fronds may grow to around 20cm in length with strong tides causing the fronds to lengthen. A lesser known aspect of social and scientific Victorian history is the fashionable pursuit amongst women of beachcombing for seaweed found washed up after storms. The 150-year-old archival collection by Margaret Gatty at St. Andrew’s University, within which Flustra Foliacea can be found, serves as testimony to the bryozoan’s tremendous durability.

    Dimensions
    100cm Ø

    More about Suzi Joel
    Suzi's work contemplates attachment and habitat, using a variety of materials including wood and woven fibre, with her latest projects using the seaweed-like Flustra Foliacea. Through bringing it into an altogether unfamiliar context - trading the sea for an oak frame - her latest works invite new perspectives. Each piece is bespoke and commissions can be made for specific dimensions different to those listed

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