Susan Amorde is a Washington D. C. born, Los Angeles based sculptor and installation artist whose recent mixed media works investigate the emotional and physical manifestations of baggage and its myriad associations. She received a BFA from California State University, Long Beach. Her Los Angeles solo shows include In My Case, Gallery 825 and Speaking Out, Shoebox Projects (2017). Amorde has been exhibiting her works in local and national exhibitions since 2000. Recent group shows include: Perceive me, CSULA, Los Angeles (2020); Let Me Eat Cake, Too, Blue Roof Studios, A Feminist Perspective, Montalban Theater, Los Angeles (2019); Feminism Now, Stockholm, Sweden and Los Angeles, MuzeuMM Points of View, MuzeuMM Gallery, Los Angeles (2018); Personal Narrative, Annenberg Beach House Gallery, Santa Monica (2017); South Bay Focus, Torrance Art Museum, Skyline, South Bay Contemporary, San Pedro (2016); Waterworks II, Porch Gallery, Ojai and Glendale College, SLAM, San Luis Obispo Museum of Art and the 2015 Los Angeles Exhibition, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park (2015).