Suzanne Peck is a recovering poet. She believes that art, concepts and making live in between language and object. Suzanne’s work investigates sensory perception through notions of the body, skin and touch.
Peck delivered a lecture about her work and lead students in brainstorming possible ways of recording heat radiation from molten glass onto surfaces in the studio—specifically onto the human body and skin. Students experimented with recording heat scattered onto the concrete floor from exploding Rupert’s drops. Hot glass was taken outside into the snow, and students practiced “slapping” hot glass to cool it.