Susie Quillinan makes exhibitions, texts, study programming and library experiences. As a researcher with a focus on study, leisure, art-thinking, experimental pedagogies and artist made infrastructures she applies artistic and curatorial practices to the development of models that provoke spaces for thinking, discussing and being at leisure.
Quillinan is currently a curatorial advisor and co-editor for HAWAPI, an independent residency, exhibition & publication project based in Perú; co-curator of the second Transart Triennale (NY & Berlin); co-director of Plan Autopoiesis, a library research project based in Lima and researcher on NEST (New Experiences Sharing Terrain). She has worked with artists on large scale projects for various museums, galleries and institutions including the Biennale di Venezia; Cornell University & a US-Mexico border public art project.
Quillinan received her MFA at Transart Institute and has developed curatorial programming, editorial projects and study programmes in various locales including Lima, New York, Berlin, Barcelona, Melbourne and Mexico City.