Suzanne Seesman creates sculpture, video, collage, installation and performance works in which Western histories of philosophy, education and radicalism are memorialized, criticized, coveted, and interrogated. With the pedagogical process at the core of her practice, Seesman appropriates the tropes of education as both method and form, and as a means of exploring personal and cultural relationships to authority.
Seesman received an MFA from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University (2012) and a BFA from Ohio University (2007). She is a contributor to The St. Claire, a Philadelphia-based arts organization and publication, and an instructor in the Art Foundation Program at Virginia Commonwealth University. She lives and works in Philadelphia and Richmond, Virginia.