Through her use of the vernacular of 1970’s era design and electronica, the work of Suzanne Laura Kammin explores concepts of non-duality and interconnectedness. Using a variety of processes, Kammin juxtaposes hard edges with more gestural passages, creating works that are both sleek and forgiving. A mixture of the humane and technological, her abstract paintings can be read as blueprints of a longed-for utopian future. Kammin received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She serves as an assistant professor at Caldwell University and is the recipient of a 2019 NJ Arts Council Individual Artists Fellowship Award. Suzanne exhibits her work internationally and has work included in private, corporate and museum collections. Her work is represented by Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in New York.