Montreal based artist Audrée Juteau is active as a dancer, she also initiates projects as a choreographer. Fascinated by the creative flux in encountering others, her first choreographic projects were collective creations with the group The Choreographers. Audrée is interested in questions concerning otherness and an equal relationship between being and objects. Her choreographic work seeks to celebrate a certain inseparability of a being and its environment. Her choreographies: Poisson (2013, created at Studio 303, Pigeons International and Mains d’Oeuvres) and Sam affecte (2015) featured a dog on stage (Sam) and were inspired by her non-performative presence and her ways to inhabit the choreographic space. With her new creation Les Strange stranger, she is furthering this choreographic exploration by considering inanimate objects as having the power to affect. Her work has been presented among other places at Studio 303, Tangente, Offta, (Mtl), Mains d’œuvres (Paris), New York and in Oslo. Graduated from EDCM (LADMMI) since 2003, she was the recipient of the Impulstanz Danceweb 2010 grant given by Jardin d'Europe, the David Kilburn prize (2016) given, and has completed her MA at the Université du Québec à Montréal. As a performer, Audrée Juteau has collaborated on numerous projects with independent choreographers and dance companies including: Sonya Biernath, Jordi Ventura, Dean Makarenko, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Bouge de là, Aurélie Pedron, Katie Ward, The Jean-Pierre Perreault Foundation, and more than 13 years with Trial and Eros directed by Deborah Dunn… She is currently dancing in the young audience piece Tendre of choreographer Estelle Clareton and working with the choreographer Katie Ward on her new creation Imagining Reality.