Suzette Bross is a lens-based artist living and working in Chicago, Illinois. Her practice explores notions of time, technology, liminality and community. Consistently addressed in her projects are the spaces in between time that occur in everyday life, created utilizing everyday technologies. Bross’ film background is evident when she investigates the nature of time and applies elements of motion to her conceptual work. Through her community based work, Bross hopes to engage viewers and demonstrate the significance of art in the everyday. Bross has collaborated with “StreetWise” magazine which helps Chicago homeless women and men achieve personal stability and strength through social services and aiding with employment. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit arts organization, “CPS Lives”, which creates residencies for artists in Chicago Public Schools to create art, engage students and share stories about the importance of public school education.