The British-born artist Eve Sussman incorporates film, video, installation, sculpture, and photography into her work, focusing on the visual interaction of the viewer and his surroundings. In 2003, she began working under the rubric Rufus Corporation, a “think tank” including performers, artists, musicians, writers, and programmers who collaborate to create works of art. Sussman’s films break the mold and test the viewer’s expectations, translating well-known masterworks into large-scale reenactments. She has exhibited at Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, The Louisiana Museum in Denmark, and the National Gallery in London. Her film The Rape of the Sabine Women has been exhibited in galleries and museums all over the world. Sussman studied at Robert College of Istanbul, University of Canterbury, and Bennington College, Vermont. She lives and works in Brooklyn.