Suzanne Morlock (US) & Glenn Messersmith (US)
At the same time while making the public sculpture Flight of Fancy the artists created two other works from newspaper in collaboration with Rauma Street Mission VALO Workshop and Rauma Freinet School pupils. The art works Paper Path (Paperipolku) and News Twist (Uutiskierre) have been donated to the Youth House (Nuorisotakuutalo) and to House of Hope (Toivon talo).
Thanks to newspaper Länsi-Suomi.
Suzanne Morlock is a multidisciplinary artist who exhibits internationally and maintains an active schedule dividing venues between experimental and traditional settings. Her work has been in group and solo exhibitions throughout the American West and the world beyond, including France, Germany, Iceland, Poland, and Turkey.
Glenn Messersmith has a long time technical collaborator with Morlock. Trained as an architect, Messersmith conducted an independent architectural practice in California before moving to rural Wyoming. In Wyoming he selectively designed residential and commercial buildings before working 14 years for Grand Teton National Park in capacities spanning architecture and engineering. Messersmith and Morlock live in Jackson Hole Wyoming.