Laurence Beaudoin Morin is a performance artist from Montreal, Canada. In her work, she mobilizes a reflection on the practice of gathering by celebrating the complexity of its praxis, through the initiation of encounters conducive to the learning and sharing necessary for our self-determination. Laurence develops a practice focused on collective work, she aims to create circumstances for sharing knowledge through the political vitality of the process. Laurence completed a Master’s degree in Visual and Media Arts at UQAM (2019) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Concordia (2015). She has presented performances and organized gatherings in Montreal, Sudbury, Toronto, Detroit, Brussels and Berlin since 2012. Laurence is the co-founder of the auto-workshops project in vacant lots. She is also part of the Performance Art Studies team where she co-teaches online performance art courses and disseminates research on performance art on the project’s digital platform. Whether in her teaching approach or in the creation of content, her participation is oriented towards knowledge sharing and the creation of spaces for meetings and discussions.