Graduated from l’Ecole Superieure des Arts Decoratifs de Strasbourg, France in 2005, Marie Szersnovicz is set and costume designer. She lives and works mainly in Belgium.

In the realm of theatre, she collaborates with directors such as Noemie Carcaud (Au plus pres, Take Care), Anne-Cecile Vandalem (Habit(u)ation), Stephane Arcas (L'argent, Bleu Bleu), Sabine Durand (Le Banquet dans les bois), Philippe Blasband (Le tramway des enfants (avec Pierre Sartenaer)), Catherine Graindorge (Avant la fin), David Strosberg (Et avec sa queue il frappe, Petites histoires de la folie ordinaire, Encore une histoire d'amour), Eric Devanthery (L’inattendu, Discopigs), Nalini Menamkat (1913), Virginie Thirion (Une veillee), Selma Alaoui (Apocalypse Bebe), Michael De Cock (Odysseus), Myriam Marzouki (Que Viennent les Barbares), Benoit Piret and Elena Dorattioto (Des caravelles et des batailles)...

Since 2008, she has developed a particular complicity with collectives Transquinquennal (Blind Date 3, Coalition (with Tristero) Capital Confiance (with groupe Toc), La Estupidez, Quarante et un; Moby Dick en repetition, Philip Seymour Hoffman), Tristero (Reset, Toestand, A map of the world (avec KVS), We Want More (with Transquinquennal), La Estupidez, Niks, Desperado (with Enerve)), Guy Dermul (Barakstad, It's my life and I do what I want (with Pierre Sartenaer), Skieven, Mest).

Collaborative encounters with eminent choreografers forged her taste for contemporary Dance. Early on, her trajectory crossed paths with Jan Fabre (L’Histoire des larmes, Je suis sang, Le Roi du plagiat, In lacrimum) and Angelin Preljocaj's (Near Life Experience). Her passion for this art has since than been cultivated through collaborations with Faustin Linyekula (Traces), Cindy van Acker (Kernel), Coraline Lamaison (Rugby, Narcisses-0), Perrine Valli (Je pense comme une fille enleve sa robe et Je ne vois pas la femme cachee dans la foret), Ula Sickle (Extreme Tension), Serge Aime Coulibaly (Nuit Blanche a Ouagadougou) and Erika Zuenelli (Allein !).

Over the last few years, she has crafted a privileged affiliation with Voetvolk-Lisbeth Gruwez (Forever Overhead, Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan, We're pretty fuckin' far from okay, The Sea Within)

Committed to the Festival International d’Art Lyrique d’Aix-en-Provence since 2005, she took up positions as design assistant or props manager with Julie Brochen (L'Histoire vraie de la Perichole), Vincent Boussard (Les Noces de Figaro), Stephane Braunschweig (Rheingold), Kristian Lupa (Die Zauberflote), William Kentridge (Die Zauberflote, Le Nez ), Robert Lepage ( Le Rossignol et autres fables), Patrice Chereau (Elektra), Simon Mc Burney (Die Zauberflote), Katie Mitchell (Alcina, Pelleas et Melisande), Joel Pommerat (Pinocchio), Vincent Huguet (Didon et Enee).

Also interested in architecture and museografy, she is afilliated with L'escaut, an architecture and scenografy atelier with whom she engaged in the conception and site supervision of Belgian Pavillon for the Universal exhibition of Zaragoza 2008, Spain.

In the field of cinema, she was thrilled to work with Nitin Desai , a famous Bollywood set designer in Mumbay, as well as, later on, with director Roland Edzard as head of set design for the short film Ombre.

Engaged in OKUP, an artistic collective founded in 2002 to organise pluridisciplinary artistic encounters between Balkan countries and Europe, she regulary intervenes as a scenographer and visual artistist in site specific installations.

In 2015 she received a carte blanche invitation from the Maison du spectacle « La bellone » (Brussels) which led her to a monumental site specific installation called « Les Plaisirs Provisoires ».

Marie Szersnovicz has been repeatedly nominated for the Belgian Theater Critics Prizes. In 2011, she received the award for « best artistic and technical creation » for Habit(u)ation, directed by Anne-Cecile Vandalem. She was awarded the same prize in 2012 for the set and costume design of Rafael Spregelburd's « La Estupidez » directed by Transquinquennal. This performance was elected to represent Belgium at the Quadrennial of Set Design, Prague 2015.