Jae-Eun Suh is an artist and art instructor. Suh has taught art to broad range of students including elementary, middle school, and college level students. Suh is currently pursuing her MFA in New Media Art at the University of North Texas, from which she also received a BFA in Visual Art Studies (Art Education).
Suh uses digital images and projection to create deconstructed compositions by layering and reconstructing. She believes that layer adds and removes specificity and visualizes dualities. She utilizes both analog and digital methods of production and her work process conveys the fallibility of memory. Her works involve a variety of media — video projection, sculpture, computational image-making, 3D scanning, sound, and installation. Suh was recently an artist in residence at Dance x Technology Creative Lab organized by the Korean National Contemporary Dance Company, in South Korea. She has also received the Talley Dunn Gallery Equity In The Arts Fellowship and her work has been shown at the Centre Culturel et Littéraire Jean Giono in Manosque, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in Gimpo, South Korea, and The MAC in Dallas. Her collaborative work with Patrick Reed has also been screened at Electroacoustic Music Days 2021: Concert 9 — CIME, Greece. Suh's field recording was included in World Listening Day 2022 in Austin, juried by Phonography Austin.
Suh is skilled in both traditional and digital art. Her skills include printmaking (relief, intaglio, monotype, etching, aquatint), ceramics (slab, pinch, handbuilding, and wheel throwing), sculpture, drawing, and painting. She is also proficient in Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Premiere Pro, and InDesign). Suh is currently teaching ASTU 3030: Computer Applications in the Visual Arts in which she built a curriculum that explores interdisciplinary art making practice incorporating various digital programs.