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Susan Silas is a visual artist and writer living in Brooklyn, New York. Silas is a dual American and Hungarian national who has built a diverse career as an artist during the past two decades. Soon afterwards, she began exhibiting her work in group exhibitions including: This exhibition was followed in by a solo exhibition in Paris at Galerie Antoine Candau.
In , she began working on Helmbrechts walk, , a project in which she retraced the steps of an historical death march of all women that took place at the close of the Second World War , walking for 22 days and miles in Eastern Europe. This work found several forms: It has been discussed in the chapter on her work in the book Memory Effects: In November this work, along with a video installation were the subject of a solo exhibition at the Koffler Gallery in Toronto ,  accompanied by an essay on her work by the scholar Brett Ashley Kaplan.
A fuller consideration of this work was recently published in Landscapes of Holocaust Postmemory by Brett Ashley Kaplan.
Here there is no contest. Of all animals, none preserve the beauty and dignity of death with a grandeur and longevity approaching that of the many species of birds. A selection from this body of work entitled eyes wide shut ,  was exhibited in a solo exhibition at CB1 Gallery  in Los Angeles, CA from April 9 - May 14, along with the premiere of the video performance A child of sixties television singing songs that got stuck in her head.
Her two most recent bodies of work: New work in the series the self-portrait sessions , including photographs, video and sculpture were exhibited at CB1 Gallery in June Silas has written featured articles for the online magazines ArtNet and Hyperallergic .