Amy Suo Wu has a hybrid practice working in between design, art and research. Although not loyal to any particular media, technique or subject, the commonalities throughout all her work are critical, investigative and playful approaches that often challenge dominant discourses and hegemonic paradigms.
Since 2013, she has been working at the Willem de Kooning Academy teaching Design Research, Concept and Image in the Graphic Design department and the Hacking minor to students across all disciplines. In the same year, she co-founded Eyesberg, a (graphic) design studio motivated by conceptual and experimental approaches. For the past year, Eyesberg has been working on many projects with WORM and WORM Parallel University. More recently, she is also working for Rotterdam based knowledge center, Creating 010, as text editor at research project, Digital Publishing Toolkit initiated by Institute of Networked Cultures and Creating 010.
Currently she runs Holy Crapparel, an experimental apparel project and holds zine making workshops and events. Recent art and design exhibitions and performances include Art Rotterdam 2015, De Wereld Van Het Witte de With kwartier 2014, Venice Biennale 2013, Amsterdam Zine Jam, Sign Groningen, Showroom MAMA Rotterdam, WORM Rotterdam, V2_ Rotterdam, Roodkapje Rotterdam.