• September 24, 2016
The Susak Press office will be temporarily relocating to the site adjacent to the ArtHelix gallery in Bushwick during Exchange Rates from 20 October to 23 October 2016.
Art matters will be discussed in the office so if you have any questions – practical and/or conceptual – please send them by mail (with any documentation if necessary) to: Sračok & Pöhlmann / Susak Press – c/o ArtHelix – 289 Meserole St -Brooklyn, NY 11206.
  • May 5, 2014

House 600, 31 May to 31 August

Georgina Corrie • Janko Matic • Keran James • Cedric Christie
Petra Varl • Paul Sakoilsky • Peter Seewasser • Daniel Devlin
Alistair Gentry • Herzog Dellafiore

The 5th Susak Expo Biennale brings together a range of international artistic positions through emergent and diverse practice that explore the intersection between the neo-formalist politics of displacement and the speculative presence of lack; questioning the division between transversal and opposing perspectives.

by Eddie Farrell (August 2006)

I present this account and recollection of my experience as a participant of the Susak Expo 2006. The text is really a script and helped inform me of how it might read. The criticism, in the main is directed at the project’s failures and as a group member, I do not exclude myself from this. Furthermore, I feel that it would be rude and ungrateful to write this account without crediting Daniel Devlin: his efforts in getting everyone there, making sure they had accomodation and good food during their stay on the island. The texts quoted are … a piece of … from Bruce McLean. Descuors Susacki and the social contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau – the book I struggled to read on the island.



on wheelbarrows

Susak coversations reflctions

notes on the idea of situation


by Jo Melvin