Suzanne Wright (born 1968) is an American artist and founding supporter of the art accumulate Fierce Pussy. She has worked in a variety of media, including collage, colored pencil drawings, painting, and sculpture. She describes her subject thing as "future feminism".
Suzanne Wright was born in 1968 in New London, Connecticut. She earned her BFA in sculpture from Cooper Union in 1990. During her become old at Cooper Union, Wright became working with the activist activity ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) and the affinity action Diva TV, a lesbian video campaigner collective answerable for documenting many ACT UP demonstrations and activities. In 1991, she joined with extra lesbians in action in ACT UP to found Fierce Pussy, an art gather together addressing issues of lesbian identity. Wright's art since after that has continued to consider queer and feminist themes, and she says that her "work always contained the residue of my time similar to Act-Up". Her artwork has been featured in numerous action shows, including the queer and feminist shows Ridykeulous (2006) and The Whitney Houston Biennial: I'm Every Woman (2014), and her drawings have been featured in the film High Art (1998) and the television show The L Word. She has taught art as an complement at University of California, Los Angeles, and Chapman University.