Guy Sioui Durand is a Wendat (Huron) based in Wendake, Québec. He is a sociologist (Ph.D), art critic, independent curator, and performer (spoken words). His specialty is in Contemporary Indigenous Art and Contemporary Art. On one side, he focuses on the subject of the decolonization of minds by the rewilding of our imaginations and the renewal of relationships. On the other side, he suggests that we must change the world with action art, the action art from First Nations Peoples alive as long as the spectacular is opposed to the show. Teaching the introduction to First Nations art at the Kiuna and UQAM institutions, Guy Sioui is the author of L’Art comme alternative, de Riopelle (1997), Indianité (2002), L’Esprit des objets (2013) and many articles. In 2018-2019, he was the commissioner of the Rassemblement Internations d’Art Performance Autochtone (RIAPA) in Wendake, the exhibition of De Tabac et de Foin d’odeur. Là où sont nos rêves at the Joliette Art Museum and the event in situ La Tente parlante as part of the Manif d’art 9 in Quebec City. His performances include La flèche du temps de l’art sauvage / Indian’s acts at Le lieu: Centre en art actuel, La voix des masques at the Kiuna Institution, and Tiöhtia: ke (Montreal): Alanienouidet: de retour! at the 7th Phénoména Festival, Marcher dans les pas des Anciens, at the Indigenous Youth Summit and Perdre le Nord: Winter is Coming, Festival Nuit Blanche, La Guilde. Let’s also add the Bingo Littéraire Kwahiatonhk on the list.