Born in Montréal, Sylvie Laliberté has been a performance artist since 1985, and an important figure on the Canadian performance art scene. Her work, which integrates singing, dance and story-telling, has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her video works question the frame, gesture, body- $$ camera relationship, self-representation, sense of space, fiction and parody. Narrative, humour, and the role of the storyteller are essential components of her post-feminist and subjective videography. Links between the domestic environment and existential preoccupations are explored, while the electronic medium integrates the performative capacities of the subject. Laliberté's works are a testament to the fact that the critical dimension of feminism may be integrated without denying the specific nature of the creative process and allowing the presence of a conscious, active and imaginative individual.