Starting with minimalist concepts based on linguistic or systematic logic, Line Nault develops projects that allow various domains (somatics, multi-media, digital, etc.) to reflect upon each other. This mirror itself becomes the territory of her creations. Line qualifies her approach as interstitial – working from an opening, a gap – both in her work on the body and in her gaze on artistic practices.
In 2018, Line presents a performative work with dance, video and interactive digital instrument called SuperSuper. Associate artist at Recto Verso from 2011 to 2016, she produced the pieces Là (audience-responsive installation), 2012 (interactive installation) and Attachée (show, installation-performance and book). Line also recently presented Super 8, La problématique de l’erreur, Kitmobile, L’espace des autres, Revenir en avant and Vivarium. Her projects are often articulated around a digital instrument made in collaboration with Artificiel studio. With that team, she participated in the making of Séquelles-diffusion and Boules.
In addition to her personal projects, she has also collaborated as a performer, choreographer and consultant for various danse, theater and multi-art creators and organizations. Among them: Éric Forget, Olivier Choinière, Karine Denault, Lynda Gaudreau, Martin Bélanger, Manon Oligny, Brigitte Haentjens, Marie-Claude Poulin (Kondition Pluriel), Louis Champagne, Benoit Lachambre, Stéphane Crête, as well as the companies Quebec Art Cité, Trans-Théâtre, Access code, Momentum, L’ange à deux têtes and Tournifolie. She has presented and danced locally and internationally.
Not so far from creation, Line gives research workshops around technological devices resulting from her artistic projects. She also teaches Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis. She organizes the Vendredi Bouilli event since 2014 inside Artificiel’s studio. She holds a bachelor’s degree in dance and a postgraduate degree specialized in somatic education at UQAM.