Suné Woods is an acclaimed visual artist living in Los Angeles. Her work typically involves multi-channel video installations, photographs, and collage.
Suné’s artistic practice considers vulnerability and absence within social and cultural histories. Deftly utilising fragmented images and fine details to examine larger sociological phenomena, her mixed media collages evoke gender and racial oppression, questioning imperialist mechanisms and access to knowledge.
Suné has also explored ecology in her work; her video installation Aragonite Stars (2018) reflects upon the spiritual significance of water, repurposing used tarpaulin to create ethereal aquatic imagery.
Suné has participated in residencies at Headlands Center of the Arts, Vermont Studio Center, and The Center for Photography at Woodstock. She is represented by PAPILLION.