Erin Hill is a choreographer, performer, and writer, based between Montreal and Amsterdam. Through durational practices, she works with her body and life as a site of experimentation, noticing habits of perception and critically questioning from where these habits arise, as well as where they lead to. Erin dances in order to practice a transfeminist phenomenological approach to identity; one enfolded in fluid, horizontal and somatic states. Erin is an ardent collaborator with many playful and engaged artists, such as Jana Vetten (together as Local Business), Nina Vroemen (together as Horizon Factory), Ira Melkonyan (NL/UA) and Charlie Prince (LB). In 2018 she received a Masters from Das Theatre (formerly known as DasArts), Amsterdam. Her writings appear in the collection Chairs, in Moving Parts: Articulated Bodies and Objects in Performance, and in her self-published book O.