Susan Schuppli


Susan Schuppli is a UK-based artist-researcher whose work examines material evidence from war and conflict to environmental disasters and climate change. Her current work focuses on the politics of cold and is organised around the provocation ‘Learning from Ice’. Her creative projects have been exhibited throughout Europe, Asia, Canada and the United States. She is a recipient of a COP26 Creative Commission “Listening to Ice” together with Mohd. Farooq Azam & Faiza Ahmad Khan sponsored by the British Council, involving scientific and community work on the Drang Drung glacier in Ladakh. Schuppli has published extensively on media and politics, and is the author of the new book “Material Witness: Media, Forensics, Evidence”, published by MIT Press in 2020. She is Director of the Centre for Architectural Research at Goldsmiths University of London, an affiliated artist-researcher and Chair of the Forensic Architecture Council.