Sue Doggett
Sue Doggett

Sue Doggett London

Sue Doggett is an artist who creates hand-made books and bindings. Her creative interests include surface design, women’s history, sewing as drawing, the role of craft practice, memory and the history of magic. She is an associate lecturer on the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course at Camberwell College of Arts and book arts tutor at The City Literary Institute in London.

As an exhibiting Fellow of Designer Bookbinders, Sue works to public and private commission including the Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Her work is represented in public and private collections in Europe and USA and can be seen at the Hyman Kreitman Research Library, Tate Britain; The Folger Library, Washington DC; Yale University Library, The Bodleian Library, Oxford; The Centre for Fine Print Research, Bristol; and Manchester Metropolitan Museum.

Recent exhibitions and events include: Winner of the Bodleian Library Competition ‘Redesigning the Medieval Book’, Weston Library, Oxford; lecture at North Bennet Street School, Boston USA; ‘COLLECT: International Art Fair of Contemporary Objects’ Crafts Council, Saatchi Gallery, London; Cascais International Book Arts (CIBA), Portugal; and InsideOUT: Designer Bookbinders at St. Bride Foundation, London and Houghton Library, Harvard, MA.

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