Visiting Artists & Designers
Suzy Sureck has exhibited her work in Europe, the Middle East, Australia, India and New York. Her photographs, drawings and installations, involve the physical and metaphoric qualities of wind, water, light and shadow, with attention to the environment and involvement with site. Projects include QuamaneQ, a wind and light responsive work reflected on the façade of the Performing Arts Center for the Neuberger Museum Biennial, Alice and the Looking Glass, a projected work for the historic Evergreen House, Taking in the Rain, a multimedia installation at the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor, NY, Aqua Lumina spanning 200 feet over the East River from Socrates Park in Astoria, NY, and Double Crossings suspended 1500 feet above the Ramon Crater in the Negev desert in Israel. She created underwater installations Many Moons for Bass in Omi, NY and Polka Dot Pond at the University of Maine in Augusta. Her works have been highlighted in publications including The New York Times, World Art, New York Arts Magazine, Sculpture Magazine and Flash Art, and can be found in both public and private collections.
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