Camille Huang is a choreographer, performer and visual artist. As a second generation immigrant as well as the first generation artist in her family lineage, Camille’s work unfolds pluralities-poetic-mixed.  She has a background studying anthropology at Concordia and McGill university and is a graduate of L’École de Danse Contemporaine de Montréal, where she worked with several notable choreographers and artists, notably Helen Simard, Isabelle Poirer, James Vivieros and performed the repertoire of Compagnie Marie Chouinard (Cri Du Monde) and Stephanie Lake Compagnie in Winter 2023. Their choreographic work has been presented with Tangente (Feast of Fishbones), La Serre - Vous Étes Ici at Theatres Aux Écuries (How to For Dummies) and at the ATLAS choreographic programme of ImpulsTanz Vienna. She has been mentored by Angélique Willkie and Mélanie Demers. Camille also collaborates amongst the realms of art direction, production and movement direction. She takes seriously the play of the creative process and is infinitely enlivened by it.

Their work now brings a background in cultural anthropology, professional performance training, trans-disciplinary creation and keen eye for composition together to form an emerging choreographic journey. Her work is always curious about identity, space and pluralities. Currently, she work with sculpture, poetics, theory, filmic qualities, mechanical designs in order to develop dynamic choreography. I believe in the anti-disciplinary to create composition.

I want to research the emotional, physical, intimate and culturally plural and complex experiences of the body and bodies together. I want to step towards a queer making sense of ourselves, identity and possible futures.