Originally from Sherbrooke (Canada), Priscilla Guy is a multidisciplinary artist who has been based in Montreal since 2005. She holds a BFA in visual arts (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada) and an MA in contemporary dance (York University, Toronto, Canada). She is primarily interested in everyday gestures, and transforming the objects and architectures that surround her through pedestrian movement in order to reveal the poetic and politic discourse they embody.
Priscilla Guy participates in the development of crossings between movement and cinema as a curator for screenings, a conference speaker, a cultural mediator and a screendance artists. She collaborates with international experts on several academic publications on screendance, notably for The Oxford Handbook of Screendance Studies (New York, USA), The International Journal of Screendance (Wisconsin, USA), La creación híbrida en videodanza (Mexico), The Dance Current, and CINE TFO (Toronto, Canada). She is now a PhD candidate in cinema at Université de Lille 3, in France.