After studying film (Université de Montréal, 2008) and contemporary dance (UQAM, 2012), Liane Thériault embodied several postures as an artist in contemporary dance. First of all as an interpreter, she also worked on creation, directing rehearsals, teaching, video, and more recently, training dancers. As an interpreter, she collaborated, among others, with Les Soeurs Schmutt, Les Archipels (Philippe Meunier and Ian Yaworski), Liliane Moussa, Anne-Flore de Rochambeau, Foolish Operations Society (Julie Lebel, Vancouver), Tuque et capuche (Delphine Véronneau) and Claudia Chan Tak. Her creations have been presented in Montreal since 2015 (Person (one) – Festival Bouge d’ici 2015, Somebody – Festival Vue sur la Relève 2015, Mine de rien – OFFTA 2015). Liane has been working on a solo creation project since 2018, with a regional audience development component. Since 2013, she has been a member of the company Dans son salon, first as a videographer, then as director of rehearsals and performer.
Related work: Déplacements sonores
Photo : Maude Turcot