Frédérique Laliberté (she/her) is an unknown comedian, an outdated geek and an aspiring stage designer. Solo and with friends, she is dedicated to the establishment, implementation and circulation of wacky, sometimes floating and/or fictional activities. Her practice manifests itself in a variety of formats, situations and narratives that have in common her unconditional love for papier-mâché and a literary stringiness where casualness and existential questioning are juxtaposed. Laliberté holds an MFA from Concordia University and is currently pursuing her research-creation projects as a doctoral candidate in art studies and practices at the Université du Québec à Montréal. She has presented her projects in Canada, France, Mexico, Switzerland, China, Hungary, in the Sahara desert and on the Internet. Laliberté also enjoys influencing Avatar, a center for audio and electronic art in Quebec City, as an administrator. She lives and works in Tiohtiá:ke / Montréal where she strives to play a disruptive role in what is believed to be impossible, in search of an art that expands the imaginable.