Montana-born, New York-based photographer Suzanne Saroff combines commonplace objects with different tools, techniques and colors to create alternative avenues of perception and expression.
“Taking shape via shadows or fragmentations, my subjects often become more than the singular and expected version of themselves. By utilizing clear forms like cylinders and glasses of water, a watermelon can be multiplied, stretched and flipped as it dances and contorts within the walls of overlapping glass.”
Suzanne works with light and shadows in the Shadows series. Flowers and glasses with mysterious lines give their dark part some life, some light in their soul. The shadows suggest movements and create a second point of view, they tell another story, some photographs become animations that reveal secrets.