short film release
Cara and Clara experience both a different but similar kind of confinement in which there is only one possible encounter: facing the situation and themselves.
CONFINEMENTER is an experimental narrative on multiple ways, consequences and coping strategies of outer and inner seclusion, possibly recurring in the setting of the current pandemic – or beyond.
CONFINEMENTER is part of the FILMREAKTER QUICKIES series.
Watch it on https://www.quickies.lu/films
Artist in residency at Fonderie Darling, Montréal
Résidence de recherche et de création pour artistes plasticiens à la Fonderie Darling à Montréal (CA)
New Date: Autumn 2022
Ways of Domestication (with apples)
performance at AGORA CITOYENNE DES ECOSYSTEMES as part of the project Ressac|re by Justine Blau and Stéphane Ghislain Roussel
Obsolete Terrain – Towards a Simple Talk in Utopia
new video installation at the 5e Triennale de la Jeune Création: Brave New World Order at Rotondes/Casino Luxembourg
01.7.2021 – 29.08.2021
Livre d’heures – Book of Hours at FEST – 2020
Book of Hours got awarded an Honorable Mention at 16th edition of FEST New Directors New | Films Festival in the NEXXT competition.
more about FEST – 2020
August 7th 2020 14:30 NEXXT 6
pop-up group show in Leipzig
Four Hands and Papier Cadeau will be on display with works by Ines Brands, Christian Bär, Anna Nero, Hannes Kleinschmidt, Christoph Roßner, Ella CB, Suzana Brborović, Chloe Piot, Marianne Thurm, Hannes Uhlenhaut, Lydia Wahrig. Lindenthaler Str.61-65. Opening times here
7.9.2019 – 27.10.2019
pop-up group show by Podium
Group show curated by Stilbé Schroeder and Vincent Crapon with works by Olivier Adeline, Tessy Bauer, Solanne Bernard, Laurianne Bixhain, Camilla Bliss, Mike Bourscheid, Aline Bouvy, Vanessa Brown, Hugo Canoilas,
Claire Decet, Aline Forçain, Samuel François, Julia Frank, Philomène Hoël,
Steph Huang, Alexei Alexander Izmaylov, Sophie Jung, Ronan Lecreurer,
Catherine Lorent, Gaëlle Loth, Luisa Mè, Christoph Meier, Ute Müller, Suzan
Noesen, Mary-Audrey Ramirez, Pablo Rodriguez Blanco, Letizia Romanini,
Lorette Sagouis, Eric Schumacher, Sarah Staton, Mu Tian, Vince Tillotson,
Transitus Immobilis, u.r.a.m.i, Guillaume Vandame, Nicholas Vargelis,
Marianne Villière, Demelza Watts. More about cherry pickers
36 rue de curé, l-1386, luxembourg city
21, 22, 23.06.2029
L’heure bleue at Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain
screening of Livre d’heures and conference
The event will start with a screening of Livre d’heures. It will be followed by a micro-conference with short analyses of the film by Sonja Kmec, Laura Lux and Tracy Heindrichs. Afterwards, a concert by Núria Bonet and Georges Goerens will accompany you as you bathe in the evening’s changing light of the Casino’s Aquarium. More about L’heure bleue
25. April 2019 19:00
Livre d’heures at Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain
daily screenings of Livre d’heures at Casino’s BlackBox
Livre d’heures portrays the day-to-day cohabitation of the artist and her grandmother in a Luxembourg village. The film is based on their real-life cohabitation, reconstructed in fictional form and tells a story about intergenerational difference, identity and the interdependence of two women ass well as their individual dependence on time. The film’s aesthetics serve as a metaphor to depict their different identities and lifestyles. More about Livre d’heures
20.03.2019 – 29.04.2019
Suzan Noesen’s first short-film Livre d’heures celebrates its national premiere at Ciné Utopia at the 9th Luxembourg City Film Festival.
The screening takes place in the framework of Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain’s collaboration with LCFF, featuring also the documentary “Ne travaille pas” by César Vayssié.
After the film a Q&A with Suzan Noesen and Yasin Özen, 1st AD and coproducer of Livre d’heures, is moderated by Kevin Muhlen, director of Casino.
March 8th 2019 18:30
duo show at Cercle Cité
Libera Pagina! is the title of the multimedia project of Luxembourgish artist Suzan Noesen. Its starting point is the intergenerational house-sharing of the artist with her grandmother in rural Luxembourg. Suzan Noesen’s project is made of video installations, examining the psychological traces left by intergenerational relationships as well as the agricultural past of Luxembourg. She looks at the conceptual differences between the ways of living derived by age gap, but also the cultural differences between the life of the artist and the country life. READ MORE
14.2.2019 – 17.3.2019