"The art of Susi Sielski Cantarino is almost ‘monastic’ »(...¼) The sensitivity of her work, surrounding some of her drawings is to be marvelled. She dilutes old photographs and postcards and valorises each of them even more with fragments of unusual tenuously-stitched objects. The result is an atmosphere, a mood, making her small written squares even more fascinating - objects of irresistible plastic beauty (...) The result is an intriguing seductive maze, through which the artist invites us to stroll with curiosity and sensitivity."

Geraldo Edson de Andrade, Rio de Janeiro, Outono, 2000