Susanna Koetter

Susanna Kim Koetter is an interdisciplinary artist working in painting, printmaking, textiles, and ceramics. Koetter works with images derived from popular culture and graphic trash as a way to contend with their own relationship to spirituality/spiritual practice, imperial power, and the terms of their identity as queer, mixed-race Korean-American woman.  

Susanna received a BA in Painting from Yale University in 2013 and an MFA in Printmaking from Columbia University in 2019. She is currently the 2022 Artist Fellow for the Artist Research Residency at the RISD Museum, and was previously a graduate fellow at the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies from 2017–2019. In August 2021, Susanna had a solo show at AS220 in Providence, RI, and currently has a show up at 183 Mathewson St. through September 2022, also in Providence, RI. Koetter has shown work at number of places in and outside of America, including Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, Serbia, and the Queens Museum in New York City. Susanna lives, teaches, and maintains a studio in Providence, RI.