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MICHELLE SUI is a multidisciplinary artist, performer, vocalist, composer, choreographer, writer and director based between Los Angeles and NYC. 

Their work exists at the intersection of theatre, dance, film, vocal music, audio and new technologies and draws upon cinematic histories, language in translation, the performance of femininity, the architecture of body and voice and the dislocations of memory. 

Their immersive multimedia work spans films, operas, dances, interactive installations, oral histories and documentary, and have been presented in Germany, Italy, the Republic of Georgia, and throughout the U.S.

Michelle's ongoing research in women's folk music traditions has taken them to study and perform in many post-Soviet landscapes of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus.
They have recently performed and/or been in residency at MOCA, Walker Art Center, BAM, LA Music Center, REDCAT, Hammer Museum, Marciano Art Foundation, Rubin Museum of Art, and Park Avenue Armory. 

Their work has received support from Foundation of 
Contemporary Arts, Center for Asian American Media, Sundance, Rauschenberg Foundation, California Arts Council, New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers.

Michelle teaches performance and embodied voice workshops and master classes 
in the U.S. and internationally. They produce, direct and choreograph films and music videos under the moniker Nü House.
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