Erin Hill is a Montréal based artist whose practice is rooted in movement-based performance. She received her BFA in Contemporary Dance and Theatre from Concordia University in 2014; her training focuses on contemporary dance, acting/physical theatre and puppetry. Erin spent a semester abroad at The Norwegian Theatre Academy, working alongside the fjords and artists such as Andrey Bartenev, Karmenlara Ely and Serge Von Arx. Currently the Tech/Lab intern at Eastern Bloc, Erin’s work seeks to develop a polyphony of the senses and is finding new expressions in machines and experimental sound. Erin is a founding member of the puppetry company Twigs for Bones. Her work has been shown as part of the Art Matters Festival, Montréal Nuit Blanche, Montréal Fringe Festival, and Café Concret. As for the movement of words, her writings include zines, performance scripts and published essays (CUJAH).