Susan Robb’s work is an ongoing, process-driven investigation of people, place, and our search for utopia. It takes its form as sculpture, photography, video, and the orchestration of temporary, site responsive, and socially engaged projects. In 2013, Robb received a Creative Capital grant to produce Wild Times a work that combined new media, social engagement, and a 2,680-mile hike Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail. In 2012 Robb received an Americans for the Arts/Public Art Network Award for The Long Walk. In 2011 Robb received an Artist Trust Fellowship. Other awards include a Pollack Krasner Fellowship, a CityArtist Project Grant, a Stranger Genius Award, and support by the Joan Mitchell Foundation. Robb has exhibited at museums and galleries nationally and internationally. From 2003 – 2008 Robb was an adjunct professor in the Photo Media Department at the University of Washington School of Art. From 2005 – 2007 Robb was a teaching artist at Gage Academy of Art working with LGBTQ and homeless youth. Robb’s is currently the Artist Residence with Seattle Office of Arts creating the Public Arts Master Plan for downtown Seattle.





Sounds of The Trail, May 29, 2015