Suzanne Husky is a Franco-American visual artist who’s graduated from the Bordeaux School of Fine Arts and has been living in the San Francisco Bay. She built small pods that seem to be cozy and quaint inside with a natural environment. Constructed of wood shakes and shingles with a hedgehog-like appearance, they are advertisements for a Thoreau-inspired lifestyle and a return to simplicity.
“what I want to highlight is the philosophical choice of living with almost nothing, and being happy with almost nothing. It’s the aesthetic of simplicity and poverty that I like to highlight as well. So that’s probably more the social aspect of globalization, or one of the choices of how to respond to globalization, more generally than just environmental crisis.”
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