Inspired by her interest in human rights and community engagement, Suarez has created a number of projects that explore these subjects through performance, music, theatre and lyrics.
This work has been exhibited at leading London galleries including Tate Britain, Barbican Arts Centre, Whitechapel Art Gallery and South London Gallery. These projects have also led her to collaborate with other communities and artists in London, South Africa, U.S.A and South America including Amnesty International, Platform, Liberate Tate, Big Chill Festival, Burning Man, Berlin Art Bienale, Liberty Festival, Cape Town 09 Art Bienale and Etoy.
Isa Suarez has scored a wide range of films for Television and Independent Film from emotional psycho-dramas, to adventure documentaries, socio-political, visual art and animation.
Originally from the Basque region (Spain/France) and trained as a classical musician (piano, Le Conservatoire), Isa Suarez is a composer, songwriter and singer. She has an eclectic and versatile practice, and has worked extensively for film, theatre, dance and performance, as well as producing sound art and dance music.
Inspired by her interest in human rights and community engagement, Suarez has created a number of large scale projects over the past decade that explore these subjects through performance, music and lyrics.
She plays keyboards, piano, bass, guitar, percussion and electronics. Her recording studio is based in South London.