Eve Sussman

Eve Sussman is an artist who makes films and installations.

In 2003 Sussman began working under the rubric Rufus Corporation, incorporating performers, artists, musicians, writers, and programmers.  In the past few years she has had work on view at the Leeum Museum in Seoul, Korea and solo exhibitions at the Bass Museum in Miami and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and the Smithsonian.  Sussman has received support from the Guggenheim Foundation, Creative Capital, NYSCA, NYFA and Hauptstadtkulturfonds-Berlin among others. She has work in collections that include the Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum in New York; and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington D.C. Together with Simon Lee, Sussman co-founded the “Wallabout Oyster Theatre” a micro theatre space run out of their studios in Brooklyn.  Sussman and Lee most recently completed a residency at the EMPAC where they shot a new piece No Food, No Money, No Jewels, now in post-production and will premiere in February. They are also as producing for Jack+Leigh Ruby, two reformed criminals, who are creating film/video installations. Most recently Sussman has joined de Serpa Soares and White to make More Up a Tree.

Image credit: Claudia de Serpa Soares, Eve Sussman, Jim White, More Up a Tree, 2015; photo by Eve Sussman, courtesy of the artists. Claudia de Serpa Soares, Eve Sussman, Jim White, More Up a Tree, 2015; photo by Monia Lippi, courtesy of the artists.