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Liam Gover

Chorégraphe, Concepteur.rice, Interprète, Chercheur.se, Enseignant.e

Liam Gover (he/him) is a Tiohtià:ke/Montréal based movement artist, dancer, choreographer, and teacher. He is a second-year student in the department of contemporary dance at Concordia. He completed a DEC in Arts, Literature and Communications at John Abbott College where he specialized in photography and media arts. His work and research explore themes related to memory, systems of transmission, sustainability, and dance as an archival practice to better understand society. Much of Liam’s practice is devoted to exploring pathways and links between different disciplines and their respective processes and modes of creation. Additionally, his process involves embodied approaches to writing, drawing, data bending, image distortion among other similar practices. Liam has performed, presented his work, attended numerous workshops and professional development events in and around Montreal. He also engages in a teaching practice where he can propose his ideas and share his love of movement with others.