Suzanne C. Nagy is an installation artist who lives and works in New York City. She moved to NYC from Hungary in 1978, and since 2004, has created artwork focusing on pollution and environmental-related issues.
As an economist from Hungary, she studied fine art at the Art Student’s League of Manhattan, and until 1986 worked a film producer among actors such as George Clooney, Charlie Sheen, and Laura Dern.
It is her film experience that she later on perfected in creating three-dimensional transparent photographs with a fourth dimensional quality.
In her three-dimensional transparent sculptures, she creates a fourth dimension by layering the photographs in an epoxy solution, and in so doing, codes the information she tries to project. The result is illuminating content that is otherwise neglected.
She travels all over the world, and documents pollution and renewable energy-related subjects. She exhibits her work intensively and is currently working on her fourth publication entitled “The Color of the Soul”.