I just participated in a great three part panel called Digital (Im)mortality: Philosophy, Ethics and Design hosted by the Leverhulme Center for the Future of Intelligence, held at Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge. This is a link to the third panel, which included the visual artists.

EULOGY will be screened as part of VII Festival Video nodo CARACAS 2021 in Caracas, Venezuela.

I am very pleased to be included in this series of conversations called FILE EXCHANGE hosted by artists Sophie Kahn and Colette Robbins posted on October 15, 2021.

I met Tim Cole on the virtual panel at the The Wiener Holocaust Library and he gave me permission to share an insightful article titled Holocaust roadscapes: Retracing the “death marches” in contemporary Europe, written by him in 2014, in which he analyses my work Helmbrechts walk, 1998-2003 in relation to the March of Life and March of the Living.

I would like to invite you to join me for a Virtual Panel: Remembering the Death Marches on Monday, July 19th at 1 p.m. EST. This panel is being hosted by The Wiener Holocaust Library in London on the occasion of the exhibition Death Marches: Evidence and Memory, open from 18 May to 27 August 2021. I will talk about my project Helmbrechts walk, 1998-2003. The panel includes Professor Tim Cole, Ms. Angela Gluck, Dr. Andrew Mycock, Professor Jens-Christian Wagner and myself.

cooltXchange weekend, cooltsalon, Sofia, London and Belgrade (screening EULOGY), May 14th and 15th.

MEDUSA, 2021 will be presented at CURRENTS 2021 new media festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The festival runs from June 18th to July 27th, 2021. This year’s festival will include online screening events

EULOGY, 2020 will be presented at the 19th Media Art Biennale WRO REVERSO in Wroclaw, Poland. The festival opens May 12th to 15th, 2021.

Festival Instants Vidéo Numériques et Poétiques is in its 33rd year in Marseille, France. A three screen version of Leda and the Swan, 2019 will have its premiere screening at the festival in November, 2020.


This review by artist Nadja Verena Marcin of IN THE CUT – The Male Body in Feminist Art, 150 Phalluses in Feminist Art Today, is now up on Hyperallergic.

I am pleased to share this first review to appear in English of IN THE CUT – The Male Body in Feminist Art, curated by Andrea Jahn at Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken in Germany, which ran through January 2019. What About the Male Body in Feminist Art? An Exhibition Examines, Widewalls, May 23, 2018

The following is a video produced by Stadgalerie Saarbrücken on the occasion of the exhibition IN THE CUT – The Male Body in Feminist Art:

This link takes you to a video that was shot at the panel discussion held at Stadgalerie Saarbrücken on the occasion of the exhibition IN THE CUT – The Male Body in Feminist Art. The panel was moderated by curator Andrea Jahn. The panel of English speaking artists took place on May 19th and included Eunice Golden, Joan Semmel, Katherine Gilje and myself. Betty Tompkins joined us via Skype. A second panel was held the next day of the German speaking artists.

REVIEWS OF the self-portrait sessions

A third review of my show in Los Angeles was just published in Entertainment Voice. The piece, titled ‘Susan Silas: the self-portrait sesssions’ Investigates the Projected Self, was written by Rachael McDonald. (July 14, 2016)

A second review of my show in Los Angeles, written by artist and writer Max King Cap, CB1 Gallery: Susan Silas, has been published in Artillery. (June 30, 2016)

I would like to share this thoughtful review of my exhibition, Susan Silas’ naked look at self-image at CB1 Gallery, written by Sharon Mizota for the L.A. Times. (June 25, 2016)