Born in Winnipeg, now living in Toronto, Hope Peterson holds an MFA from Concordia University in Open Media. Hope is a media artist and filmmaker working in experimental, documentary and installation genres. Her artistic practice references the tension of isolation, transition, surveillance, privacy and the pressures on the body in a landscape mediated by technology. Her work has exhibited nationally and internationally and is in the collections of the University of Winnipeg and the National Gallery of Canada. Hope is also a cultural worker primarily in artist-run centres, and is an experienced grant writer, adjudicator and mentor. Leiden International Short Film Experience 2013, Netherlands; Plug In ICA, Winnipeg; Send and Receive Festival of Sound, Winnipeg; la Maison Rouge, Paris; SAW Gallery, Ottawa; Pacific Cinematheque, Vancouver; SoundPlay Festival, Toronto; Harvestworks Digital Media Arts, New York; GIV, Montreal; Antimatter Festival, Victoria; Estacionarte Festival of Public Art, Mexico City; Smart Project Space, Amsterdam. Distributed by