Suné Woods, Falling to get here, 2017. Single-channel video installation. Dimensions variable. Color, sound, 9:39 min. Courtesy the artist.

Suné Woods

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Suné Woods (b. 1975, Montréal, Canada) works in the Mid-Wilshire neighborhood of Los Angeles. Woods received her BFA from University of Miami, in 1997, and MFA from California College of the Arts, in 2010. Her work has been included in exhibitions at Light Work, Syracuse, New York (2017); Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York (2017); Urban Video Project, Syracuse, New York (2017); Papillion Art, Los Angeles (2015, 2014); Commonwealth & Council, Los Angeles (2015); 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, California (2012); Center for the Arts Eagle Rock, Los Angeles (2012); Performance Art Institute, San Francisco (2011); and Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco (2009), among others. She has had residencies at Light Work (2016), Center for Photography at Woodstock (2015), Vermont Studio Center (2014), and Headlands Center for the Arts (2012). She is a recipient of a John Gutmann Photography Fellowship Award from the San Francisco Foundation (2015), Visions from the New California Award from the James Irvine Foundation (2012), and Murphy and Cadagon Fellowship (2009).