Jil Guyon is an award-winning American multidisciplinary artist who works between movement-based performance, visual art, and digital media. Her performance-videos and live performances have been presented at theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries, and concert halls worldwide, including Lincoln Center’s Dance on Camera Festival, Queens Museum, Cinedanse Quebec, San Francisco Dance Film Festival, and the Academy Award qualifying Ann Arbor Film Festival, among others. She has collaborated/performed with numerous notable artists, including video/performance pioneer Joan Jonas; choreographer Noemie Lafrance; and singer/songwriter Amanda Palmer (Dresden Dolls). Jil Guyon is a Lumiere prize (Canada) nominee, and a recipient of the IndieFEST and Global Shorts Awards for Excellence in experimental film, an Accolade Award in experimental film, the Magistrat der Stadt Wien Award (Austria), Harriet E. Eagleston Fellowship, and an Artward Bound Residency at White Oak Plantation, funded by the Howard Gilman Foundation. Guyon was previously Curatorial Associate at Neue Galerie New York where she designed and wrote the Schiele and Contemporary Culture section of the Egon Schiele catalogue raisonné that accompanied the exhibition. She holds an MFA in painting and art history from Hunter College where she studied with Rosalind Krauss and Robert Morris.