The editor of “A voir et à danser” who had already come to see “MERCURES” in its 30 minutes version at The Palais de Tokyo museum last fall, mentions “MERCURES” in his diary of dance performances not to be missed in Paris. SUZANNE among Liz Santoro and Noé Soulier, it’s a joy !
Each year, Art Souterrain festival makes visual and contemporary art reachable to a wide audience by taking them out of traditional exhibitions venues and showcasing them in the architectural heritage of Montreal’s underground city. This year, for its 13th edition, the festival has “RESET” as its theme and invites the public and the artists to answer the question: “ If you were asked to start from zero, how would you imagine the world?” The video of first SUZANNE’s creation “STATU“, responding very directly to the chosen theme, is then presented for the first time across the Atlantic Ocean from February 29 to March 22 at Le Palais des Congrès of Montreal.
On October 31 and November 7, 2019, on the invitation of the visual artist Adélaïde Feriot, art resident at Palais de Tokyo for La Manutention , SUZANNE will participate in the collective work “AVALER L’HORIZON” and will perform a total of three performances on two evenings : “REGARDER LE SOLEIL” a sung piece by Adélaïde Feriot in collaboration with Kerwin Rolland; “NUIT LAVANDE” another sung piece by Adélaïde Feriot in collaboration with Héloïse Derly and “MERCURES” a dance performance by SUZANNE.
In March 2019, SUZANNE is part of 100 % festival program, organized every year by La Villette and presents its performance “STATU“. On this occasion, La Villette relays the recommandations of the media “SortiràParis.com“. 100% festival present at the same time performance, dance and theatre and took place March 20 to 31, 2019.
From January 10 to 13, 2019 at La Petite Galerie of La Cité Internationale des Arts, SUZANNE will perform “I épochè I“, a brand new performance in collaboration with 3 resident artists of la Cité Internationale des Arts : Anna McGrath (staging), Matteo R. Bernardini (dramaturgy) and Baptiste Brossard (visual and sound design).