Known for her groundbreaking and staunchly feminist performance videos in the 1970s, Susan Mogul’s practice quickly expanded to more complex forms of narrative, including feature length films. Mogul’s retrospective was presented at “Visions du Reel” International Film Festival in Switzerland. “Driving Men” (2008), a feature length film, was on the film festival circuit including Japan, Italy, and Portugal. In 2011, Mogul’s work was in five “Pacific Standard Time” exhibitions in Los Angeles. In 2017 Mogul lectured at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle and will be the featured guest speaker for the fall exhibition “Provoking Change” at U.C.S.D. Her museum exhibitions include: the Getty Museum; Centre Pompidou, Paris; MOCA, Los Angeles; and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Mogul has been a recipient of numerous grants including a Guggenheim Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Getty Trust Fellowship, and Center for Cultural Innovation project grants.