Last night the city of Baltimore was invaded by a strange marching army of "Suzercisers" who startled residents by marching through the streets in matching black and gold lamé outfits with an astute and astounding devotion to synchronized fitness. The army came in peace, and there were no casualties aside from a few folks who are recovering from having their minds completely blown.
Yes, Miami-based artist Susan Lee-Chun (winner of one of New Times' first annual MasterMind Awards) attacked Baltimore today with her on-going "Suz-ercise" body of work. The performance of C'mon Baltimore, Everybody Suzercise kicked of Americans for the Arts Public Art Network's Half-Century Summit. It needs to be seen to be believed.
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Lee-Chun had participated in the Marlyand Art Place's "Losing Yourself in the 21st Century" exhibit where she previously got her Suzercize on.
Here's a snippet of the performance, for more check out Radar Redux.