Małgorzata Suś

Born in Poland in 1991, based in Portugal, working internationally. In 2016 graduated from Theatre Studies at The National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. In 2017 awarded with the Young Poland scholarship in the field of Dance. Between 2016-2018 studied in the frame of stage-oriented professional contemporary dance course Performact in Torres Vedras, Portugal, where she was working with international choreographers, like Rob Hayden, Inaki Azpillaga, Ted Stoffer, Marco da Silva Ferreira, Rakesh Sukesh, Mate Meszaros, and others. Since 2013 collaborates with Paulina Almeida in public space performances. Between 2013 and 2016 was a member of Sztuka Nowa physical theatre company in Warsaw. Since 2017 works as a choreographer and dancer with body painter Vilija Vitkute (performances for AgitAgueda Festival in Portugal, Mėnuo Juodaragis in Lithuania – with musician Andrius Mamontovas, residence BE WATER in Portugal, World Bodypainting Festival, Klagenfurt, Austria – 1st Prize in a category SFX “Clear Mind, Clean Planet”, and recently “The Memory of Water”). In a few periods between 2017-2019 was an artist in residence in AGITLAB in Águeda, Portugal, Since 2018 choreographed several works: Vertigo, Madpools, Fluid Acts, Espuma Dos Dias, Claw, Oniriablia, and recently 2069, Earth. Performed and gave workshops in festivals: Cargotopia in Jenin, Palestine, Festival Laâyoune du Théâtre de Rue, Sahara-Morocco, Mėnuo Juodaragis in Lithuania, MAR – Mostra de Artes de Rua, Festival Dos Canais, AgitÁgueda, Waking Life, Portugal, Vides Deja, Latvia. Participated in experimental new-media residency Koumaria in 2019 in Sparta, Greece. In the season 2018/19 worked as a dancer in two productions of Companhia Paulo Ribeiro (Todos, Alguém, Qualquer Um, Ninguém by Luiz Antunes and Memórias de Pedra by Paulo Ribeiro). In 2019/2020 performed in Fortitude by Conceição Nunes (Livraria Ler Devagar and Teatro da Luz, Lisbon; Teatro Amazonas, Manaus, Brasil). Since April 2020 Małgorzata has been leading an online dance course Movement-Image:

I should have been a pair of ragged claws

Scuttling across the floors of silent seas.

T. S. Eliot, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.

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