Sarah Power is a modern dance choreographer and performer. She is a graduate from the dance program at Ryerson University and a founding member and artistic director of Connection Dance Works. Sarah’s work is based in her practice of Authentic Movement, a discipline that explores latent movement vocabulary through a process of mover and witness. Her work investigates the possibility for mutual vulnerability between self and other, audience and performer. She lives in Saint John.

Lorne Power is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, text and video. Guided by an interest in photography as a means of exploring how different places make us feel and behave, his practice involves combining materials, language, and technology to make works that are analogues to the presence of everyday things. He is a graduate of the Humber School for Writers and The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. He has show work in group shows at the The Beaverbrook Gallery in Fredericton, The Saint John Arts Centre, and Sunbury Shores In St. Andrews. He Lives in Saint John.

Photo: Already Remote by Lorne Power, 2016