k.g. Guttman

k.g. Guttman is a Canadian artist, educator, and research candidate in the PhDArts program of Leiden University and the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague, the Netherlands. Her work has received a SSHRC award, (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada) to conduct artistic research that considers settler colonial discourse, choreographic practice, and site-specific interventions.

k.g.’s role as educator is deeply intertwined with her artistic practices. In 2015 she taught the archive and media short course “Whose Afterlife?” at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague, and from 2008-2013, k.g. was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Contemporary Dance, Concordia University, Montreal. She was an invited tutor for Masters of Fine Arts in Scenography, University of the Arts, Utrecht, and is an invited guest in Toronto’s professional dance collective the Love-in.