Suzy Sureck is a multi-media artist whose sculptural installations, drawings, videos and photographs involve the physical and metaphoric qualities of wind, water, light and shadow, with attention to the environmental. Her works have been exhibited in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, Korea, Australia, and India.
Recent exhibitions include The Nature Art Biennale in Gongju, South Korea; Forest Art in Darmstadt, Germany; The Dorsky Museum in New Paltz; Poznan Biennale, and fringe events at the Venice Biennale. Public works utilizing light as a main medium include projects for the Neuberger Museum Biennial, the Evergreen House in Baltimore, Snug Harbor Cultural Center in NY, and the Kingston Biennial. Two large scale suspended sculptural installations were created for Socrates Park over the East River in New York and Co-existence Construction above the Ramon Crater in Negev, Israel. She completed three underwater installations in Gongju Park, Korea; the University of Maine in Augusta and Art Omi in New York.
Her works have been highlighted in The New York Times, World Art. Sculpture Magazine, NY Arts and Flash Art, and can be found in both public and private collections including The Museum of Installation in London, The Artists Museum in Poland and the Dr. Fischer Arts for Peace Collection in Tel Aviv.
Suzy received a Masters Degree in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy in Michigan and a BFA from the Cooper Union in New York, as well as studying at The Slade School of Art in London. She lives and works in New York.