Catherine Lavoie-Marcus is a choreographer, performer, teacher and dance researcher. Since 2008 she has been presenting creations in Quebec theatres and artist run centres (Tangente, Studio 303, Centre des arts actuels Skol, Darling Foundry) and sharing personal or collective research abroad (France, China). She publishes theoretical reflections and critiques in the form of articles and essays with Presses du réel, Dance collection Danse Press/es and in Spirale, Jeu and esse arts+opinions magazines. Catherine has recently been appointed columnist at esse magazine in collaboration with Michel F. Côté and is pursuing doctoral research in artistic studies and practices at Université du Québec à Montréal.
Sherbrooke-born (Canada) Priscilla Guy is a multidisciplinary artist based in Montreal, who holds a BFA in Visual Arts (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada) and a Master’s Degree in Contemporary Dance (York University, Toronto, Canada). She is mainly interested in the idea of dailiness and diverts the gestures and architectures that surround her to reveal a subtext, both poetic and political.