Ming Hon is an independent dancer, choreographer, and performance artist based in Winnipeg. Her practice looks into themes of work, labour, capitalism, and the economy and politics of the cis female body. Her most recent works of note include 'Chase Scenes' presented in the award winning program of CanadaHub at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, ‘Filmed in front of a live studio audience’ for Video Pool, 'Forever in Blue Jeans' a commission from Winnipeg's Contemporary Dancers/Prairie Dance Circuit (2014), 'Patricia: Qu’est-ce que c’est, “dégueulasse”? / What is a “scumbag”?' (Platform gallery), 'Only the Dead Wear Shoes to Bed / Hotel Room' commissioned by Synonym Art Consultation, 'The Exhibitionist', and 'Cleaver Piece'. Hon's works have been exhibited and performed both locally and internationally, including at The Taipei Artist's Village in Taiwan, as part of the National Art Gallery's Prairie Scene events in Ottawa, SummerWorks Performance Festival in Toronto, Surrey Art Gallery in B.C., Art Gallery of Mississauga, Latitude 53 in Edmonton, and at Plug In Institute for Contemporary Art in Winnipeg and more. She has been invited to present in London, England at RichMix this fall and will premiere a new full length work ‘Exciting Consequences’ commissioned by Prairie Theatre Exchange in 2020 as well as a new dance choreography for Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers. Her practice has developed to include video and installation work and she regularly collaborates as a performer/collaborator on projects with visual artists such as Karen Asher, Rebecca Belmore, Sarah Anne Johnson, Noam Gonnick, Guy Maddin, and Rober Racine.