Susie David's studio practice begins outside the studio. Whether
observing a glass of water under a microscope in the kitchen, or floating motionless for hours inside the sea - filming the sea itself, (where nothing much may appear to be happening), she holds space for a sense of being within this liminality and this indeterminacy.
She engages with water by interacting with it, communing with it, listening with it - gathering any indexical and digital traces of encounters. She does this to learn from water's wild philosophies and consciousness and then, with this water-mindset, she returns to the studio to make work - as if water