Creators (see full credits below)
Elizabeth (Liz) Miller is a Professor in Communication Studies at Concordia University (Montreal) and a documentary maker with an expertise in environmental media. She uses collaboration and interactivity as a way to connect personal stories to larger social issues such as water privatization, gender & climate change. Her media projects such as The Shore Line, Hands-on: Women, Climate, Change, and SwampScapes, have won awards and been screened in classrooms and at international festivals. She is the co-author of Going Public: The Art of Participatory Practice (2017 website.)
MJ Thompson (PhD., New York University 2008) is a writer and teacher working on performance and embodiment. Her articles have appeared in Ballettanz, Border Crossings, The Brooklyn Rail, Canadian Art, Dance Current, The Globe and Mail, and more. Her essays have appeared in several anthologies, including Performance Studies Canada (McGill-Queen’s Press, 2017). She received the National Park Service Arts and Sciences Residency, Cape Cod, August 2019, where she worked on an essay about land privatization and the concept of the view as embodied (Departures 2020).