Suzanne Moxhay’s work hovers between the miniature and the epic. Juxtaposing found images from newspapers and magazines with her own photography, Moxhay overlays fragments of landscape on layers of glass and then re-photographers the newly created composition, finally producing idealised, dystopian environments created much like the traditional movie Matte painting technique.
Moxhay studied at the Royal Academy Schools and graduated in 2007, following this the artist spent a year long residency at the Florence Trust Studios, and has been exhibited in major collections such as the Jerwood Space and Saatchi New Sensations. Moxhay has additionally been featured in publications including The Guardian and was interviewed on the BBC Culture Show. Her work was recently selected for the Royal Academy of the Arts Summer Exhibition and has been exhibited at MIA Art Fair Milan and TEN Gallery Milan.