Born in England, Dominique Banoun emigrated to Canada in 1981. Since then, she's moved constantly between the worlds of television, performance, dance and video art in a multi-layered exploration of topics that fascinate her. Dance, her first passion, leads her to a professional career in modern dance from Vancouver to Montreal where she performed in several of PPS Danse's (Pierre-Paul Savoie) mixed media pieces and worked with dancers and choreographers, including Roger Sinha and Lin Snelling, in video and multimedia productions. She produced a multidisciplinary show with the BUS 1.2.3. collective which played at fFIDA in Toronto (fringe Festival of Independant Dance Artists). As part of the Choeur Maha, she sang at shows presented in many Montreal galleries.