Dayna McLeod is a performance and video artist. Her work uses humour, and capitalizes on exploiting the body’s social and material conditions using performance-based practices for cabaret and video. She approaches pop culture, queerness, age, and feminism and with a unique and quirky sensibility. Her work has been presented at OFFTA in Montréal, the Summerworks Theatre Festival in Toronto, the Tang Teaching Museum in Saratoga Springs, the Abrons Art Center in NYC, Les Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois in Montréal, the Impakt Festival in Utrecht Netherlands, the Mardi Gras Festival in Darlinghurst Australia, MIX Brasil Festival Of Sexual Diversity in São Paulo Brazil, the Modern Art Museum in Warsaw Poland, the City of Women International Festival of Contemporary Arts in Ljubljana Slovenija, and Le Centre d’art contemporain in Paris. She recently completed a Ph.D. in Humanities at The Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture at Concordia University.