Based in Phoenix and Pittsburgh, Suzie Silver is an artist who works primarily in video, sound and performance. Developed from multifarious but related interests, her work has explored gender play, sexuality, visual pleasure, notions of the paradisiacal, and the allure of imaginary landscapes. Silverâ€™s work has exhibited and screened widely nationally and internationally at such venues as The Whitney Museum of Art, The New Museum, Documenta, ICA Boston, ICA London, Pacific Film Archives, Anthology Film Archives, London Film Festival, Seoul Film Festival, and Gay and Lesbian Film/Video Festivals all over the world including Melbourne, London, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Chicago, NYC, Sao Paulo, Auckland and many more. She has performed nationally at venues including Chicago Filmmakers and Club Lower Links, Chicago, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, NYSCC at Alfred University, and Transformer Gallery in Washington, DC. She received a B.A. in Visual Art from the University of California, San Diego and a M.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, Silver is Associate Professor in Electronic and Time Based Art in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. Since 2003 she has been working collaboratively with Hilary Harp. To view samples of their work click on “Harp + Silver” above.