Born in 1969 in Yamanashi Prefecture; lives and works in Tokyo.
Suda is a visiting Professor, Department of Sculpture, Tama Art University. Suda makes hyper-realistic sculptures and places them in unexpected places in exhibition rooms and buildings, thus creating an installation that consists of both the space and the work. In 1993, he was acclaimed for Ginza Weed Theory, in which he showed his work in a trailer that served as a mobile exhibition space in a Ginza parking lot. His work has been shown in many international exhibitions, including the Biennale of Sydney (2012) and the International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias in Columbia (2014).