Susan Aldworth

Born in 1955, Susan Aldworth, a highly original and experimental artist, is a British artist who specialises in works exploring the human mind. She is fascinated by human consciousness and the relationship between the physical brain and our sense of self. Aldworth is a printmaker, working with etching, monotype and lithography, as well as a filmmaker and portraitist. 
As said by Susan Aldworth, “I have always been curious about the world and interested in ideas.”


Neuroscience, the study of consciousness and how the brain works, is a subject area which provides a rich source of inspiration to artists. Susan Aldworth, working side by side with neuroscientists, creates work dealing with those exact topics; her most recent works include prints made directly from human brain tissue.
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