Susan Kendzulak's everything is dangerous

Everything is dangerous, and in one minute our lives could be transformed immeasurably regardless of our economic or educational status, ethnicity or gender. Disasters define our humanity; as French author Marcel Proust wrote: “Disaster puts one in touch with oneself: suffering fuels creativity.” However, in a morbid way, disasters do unify us as a people, and unfortunately, tend to be more unifying than art.

When I moved to Taipei in 1996 from NYC, I gradually switched from a daily art production of oil painting to a conceptually-based production based on the theme of "everything is dangerous." I began publishing my art criticism in 1999 and my Masters thesis on Chinese conceptual art was published in 2000.

Here are images of my conceptual digital art based on disasters and my earlier work: oil paintings of babies.

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