Le Cri du monde (2000) is a disconcerting study of morphological division. “Le Cri du monde is a masterpiece. A triumph for Marie Chouinard and her extraordinary troupe.” (The Globe and
In 2001 Marie Chouinard created a solo for Lucie Mongrain entitled Étude no. 1, with original music by Louis Dufort, processed in real time. “An eerie spectacle with disturbing
passages, performed by a brilliant dancer.” (Die Presse, Vienna) “A genuine masterpiece.” (24 Heures, Lausanne)
In 2003 Marie Chouinard created Chorale, a festive universe centered on the notion of sexuality and divinity. “Chorale [...] one of her best pieces.” (Ballettanz, Berlin)
In the same year, she directed her first film, Cantique no. 1. “Remarkable.” (The Dance Current, Toronto) From the same stock shots, she created the multi-screen film Cantique no.
2. “We are in the presence of a highly accomplished work [...] Here the eight-voice fugue is reinvented in a manner so perfect it would make Johann Sebastian Bach jealous.” (Le Devoir,
Montreal) And in 2004, she created the interactive installation Cantique no. 3. “It is accessible and immediately understood... [and] in the end extraordinarily violent.” (Le Monde, Paris)