Erika Suderburg, Professor–MCS Chair
Interdisciplinary South 3126
Erika Suderburg is a filmmaker and writer. Her areas of interest include experimental film, media arts, installation art, critical theory, activist practice(s), and queer theory. She has written on art, performance, media theory, and television and film history. Suderburg is co-editor with Michael Renov of Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices, co-editor of Resolution 3: Global Video Praxis with Ming-Yuen S. Ma and editor of Space Site Intervention: Situating Installation Art, all of which are published by the University of Minnesota Press. Her work has been exhibited in film festivals, museums, and on television including: the Pacific Film Archives-Berkeley, the Millennium Film Workshop-New York, the Museum of Modern Art-New York, The American Film Institute-Los Angeles, the Museum of Contemporary Art-Los Angeles, Kunstlerhaus-Stuttgart, Grazer Kunstverein-Austria, the Collective for Living Cinema-New York, Fukai International Video Biennale-Japan, New Langton Arts-San Francisco, International Video Festival-Bonn, The Long Beach Museum of Art, Mix Mexico-Mexico City, FilmForum-Los Angeles, and The Getty Museum-Los Angeles.
She has made eight feature length films and myriad shorts that have been exhibited internationally. http://erikasuderburg.com/