Presented by the Kentucky School of Art Visiting Artist Program and 21c Museum
with support from the Brown-Forman Corporation
Artist lecture: 7pm, free and open to the public
Reception: 8pm, cash bar
Eve Sussman is an artist whose work incorporates film, video, installation, sculpture and photography. In 2003 she began working under the rubric Rufus Corporation. Rufus has evolved into a ‘think tank’ of performers, artists, musicians, writers and programmers who have collaborated on films and art works. Under the direction of Sussman, the company has created 89 seconds at Alcázar, The Rape of the Sabine Women, Yuri’s Office and whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir, an experimental film noir.
Eve Sussman/RufusCorporation’s projects have been supported by Haupstadtkulturfonds, Berlin; Creative Capital; New York State Council on the Arts; The Trust for Mutual Understanding and The Guggenheim Foundation among others. Her work has shown internationally, including exhibitions at The Reina Sofia in Madrid, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, The Louisiana Museum in Denmark and The National Gallery in London.