formerly known as PACESIX, SiKK, RoZ, Z


Rose Suz (Rose S. M.) is an avantgardist, the space girl next door. She’s an interpreter with a restorative perspective and imagination. She improvises and rearranges.

Born and raised in Montreal (Tio’tia:ke), Rose blossomed from the concrete of Villeray. She’s a flower of the Haitian diaspora. She debuted her career in 2005 as a Hip-Hop dance performer, freestyler and choreographer. By 2010, Rose was teaching dance classes & workshops for various youth groups, which extended her mind.

In 2012, Rose launched her passion project PACESIX; a website in which she explored her creativity and accessed the people. She occupied an alternative mediatic space in Montreal with her signature video portrait series.


In-between her projects, Rose offered video-branding services for Montreal’s emerging creative community for nearly 5 years. After a decade of intensive work, a storm came in to clear the way. Starting a new chapter required some well-deserved rest in order to take care of her mental health, which she did unapologetically.

33:Experimental Language is Rose first self-published collection of writings about her self-rediscovery journey. The story is still unfolding and being documented as we speak.


r: restoration + reimagination