Suzanne Bellamy is an Australian artist and writer exhibiting internationally, working across text and image fusions, using printmaking, sculpture, performance, mixed media art practices. Her museum satire/women's history project "The Lost Culture of Women's Liberation, the Pre-Dynastic Phase 1969-74" was first exhibited in the mid 1990s at various conferences and venues in Australia and the USA, and has since evolved as an open form performance work/slide show presented in art schools, conferences and special events. Its core trope is an archaeological dig in 500 years time of a women's building site in Sydney, playing with shifting historical perceptions, actual archival material and constructed models.
Bellamy works from a studio in southern NSW, is a Woolf and Stein published scholar, is currently completing a PhD on Australian Modernism at the University of Sydney. Her most recent exhibition was at the Acorn Gallery, Clemson University South Carolina 2013, where she was a Visiting Artist and Scholar.