Rita Süveges is a visual artist based in Budapest, her practice is research-based. She works with communities through knowledge-sharing performative events, and for the exhibition context, she uses a wide range of installative media, focussing on the transdisciplinary reframing of environmental issues. She is enrolled in the Doctor of Liberal Arts program of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. She is a co-founder of xtro realm artist group, editor and author of extrodæsia and the Climate Imaginary Reader and curator of ACLIM! part of OFF-Biennale Budapest 2021. Süveges was also a volunteer board member of the Association of Studio of Young Artists Budapest from 2018-2021. She was awarded the Smohay Award, Derkovits Grant, New National Exception Grant, Visegrad Scholarship, and was nominated for the Strabag and the Esterhazy Art Award. She won the TótAlJOY Prize in 2023. She took part in residency programs in Cité des Arts de Paris, International Studio and Curatorial Program New York, Meetfactory Prague, MQ/Q21 AIR Vienna, and exhibited in the Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Off-Biennale Budapest and CHB, Berlin, among others.