Susan Schuppli

 Susan Schuppli, Sound of Sand, 2016
Susan Schuppli, Sound of Sand, 2016

Susan Schuppli's research practice examines media artefacts that emerge out of sites of contemporary conflict and state violence to ask questions about the ways in which media are enabling or limiting the possibility of transformative politics.

Her current work explores the ways in which toxic ecologies from nuclear accidents and oil spills, to the dark snow of the arctic, are producing an 'extreme image' archive of material wrongs. Projects have been exhibited throughout Canada, the US, Europe and Asia.

Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include Casino Luxembourg, Extra City Antwerp, Stroom Den Haag, Shanghai Biennale, Charlottenborg, Galerie Wedding, Witte de With, Fundacion Proa and Bildmuseet Sweden. She has published widely within the context of media and politics and is author of the forthcoming book, Material Witness, MIT Press, 2015.

Susan is Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director of the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London. From 2011-14 she was Senior Research Fellow on the ERC project Forensic Architecture led by Eyal Weizman.