N2U is a French contemporary art duo created in 2016. At its origin are artists Eric Szerman (director and composer) and Camille Turlot (videomaker, author and performer). Both musicians by training, with a degree in business for Eric and a degree in philosophy for Camille, they started working together in Paris 15 years ago.
First as founders of "Les artisans de la voix", a training center for professional artists subsidized by the French state. They also dealt with private clients, such as Oscar winner Juliette Binoche, or with companies such as Disneyland Paris, acting as vocal and acting supervisors for their shows.
They then went on to produce, write and direct their own shows in Paris, France, for ten years, winning the audience award at Cannes for Epouse-moi! / Marry-me! (2007), winning the best authors award by Beaumarchais-SACD (French society of writers) for Les Indifférents / The Outcast (2008), which was also commissioned by the Ile-de-France Region to fight against discrimination (2009), commissioned to write a musical adaptation of Poil de Carotte / The Redhead (2012), they never stopped pushing the boundaries of subject matter and storytelling through text and music.