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A.E. Souzis is a New York City-based writer and interdisciplinary artist. Through her writings, multimedia installations and site-specific tours, she creates narratives that use storytelling and technology to uncover or reimagine public space, alternative or underground […]

AESouzis

A.E. Souzis is a New York City-based writer and interdisciplinary artist. Through her writings, multimedia installations and site-specific tours, she creates narratives that use storytelling and technology to uncover or reimagine public space, alternative or underground histories and real-life networks of power. Her interactive walking tours COMMotionArchitextour and Curb Exchange have been featured in Queens Museum, Art in Odd Places and Conflux. She has also exhibited projects at the Transit Museum, New School, Flux Factory and Hunter College’s Black Box Gallery, and published writing in various publications including the book anthology Traveler’s Tales: Prague, the art-culture press Valeveil and the journal Cultural Geographies. She is also a member of /rive, an artist collective focusing on site-specific, locative projects that meet at the intersection of psychogeography, locative media and documentary narrative. Souzis has a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Oberlin College and an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College.