Eve Sussman works with film, video and installation. Her work runs the gambit from small gauge analogue film and multi-camera surveillance operations to hi-def film/video productions. In an attempt to re-invent and push the envelope of the form much of her work experiments with narrative and addresses the question: “What is a movie?”. She often collaborates with performers, musicians and programmers, sometimes under the name Rufus Corporation. Rufus Corporation works include: 89 seconds at Alcazar, The Rape of the Sabine Women, whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir and Yuri’s Office. Together with Simon Lee, Sussman co-founded the Wallabout Oyster Theatre, a micro theatre space in Brooklyn. Sussman and Lee are also as producing for Jack+Leigh Ruby, two reformed criminals, now making art. Sussman’s work has been shown in institutions and film festivals internationally. 89 seconds at Alcazar is in the collections of the MoMA, the Whitney and the Leeum–Samsung Museum in Seoul. whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir is in the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington D.C.