They are purposefully concise, slow, and feature pared down visual information through minimal tones and high contrast levels. The results are brief, looped scenes located in a world devoid of time and space. Welitoff uses sources ranging from her own 8mm films to found made-for-television nature specials and documentary material to French New Wave cinema from the 1960s. In each case, the original footage carries with it specific implications that she reconsiders and recontextualizes through her signature editing process. Suara’s work was featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the Krakow Witkin Gallery and the Boston University Art Gallery. Suara Welitoff has been featured in articles for the Art in America, the ArtDaily and The Boston Phoenix. Suara Welitoff’s work has been featured in articles from ARTFORUM, Flash Art, Boston Art Review. If possible, please change the last sentence of my bio to: Suara Welitoff’s work has been featured in articles from ARTFORUM, Flash Art, Boston Art Review. Her survey exhibition at Tufts University Art Galleries was reviewed in Berlin Art Link, Boston Art Revew, and Delicious Line.
deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
Rappaport Art Prize
Suara Welitoff ’s The Feeling of a Feeling at Anthony Greaney
Suara Welitoff’s Failed Narratives Reimagine the Present
What an honor to have received the Rappaport Prize from the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum! And to be included in the list of artists I so admire.