Erika Suderburg

Erika Suderburg is a filmmaker, artist and writer whose work has been exhibited Internationally including: the Pacific Film Archives-Berkeley, the Millennium Film Workshop-New York, Capp Street Projects-San Francisco, 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, Germany, the Long Beach Museum of Art, Simon Watson Gallery-New York, and Trial Balloon Gallery-New York. She has been on the faculties of the critical studies department of the Otis College of Art and Design, and the film departments of the California Institute of the Arts, and Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. She is currently a Professor at the University of California-Riverside.
She has worked as a curator and consultant for the Public Broadcasting Corporation where her most recent project was a program which highlighted recent documentaries that addressed the collapse of the Eastern Bloc in Europe. She has written art, performance, television and film criticism over the past ten years and is co-editor of Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices, published in 1996 by the University of Minnesota Press. She has written on the image of Queer youth in Broadcast Television “Real TV Queer” which is included in the anthology Between The Sheets, In the Streets. Her critical interests include: experimental film, documentary, video art and multi-media installation. She has edited a volume of critical essays Space, Site, Intervention: Situating Installation Art which was published by the University of Minnesota Press in Winter of 2000.