Biofeedback Collective resides and practices on Treaty 6 Territory in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The collective’s three members, Kelsey Ford, Lauren Warrington, and Emily Zdunich are all recent graduates from the University of Saskatchewan. Between them, they explore a range of mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, virtual and augmented reality. What unites them as a collective is an overarching interest in conceptual and responsive approaches to art making. The collective is focused on creating relational and feedback-based programming for underrepresented and emerging artists. Biofeedback recognizes the long history of colonialism in Canada and our own positionality in different places and spaces within this context. And together, the collective is interested in exploring how we relate to one another, our bodies, the places in which we inhabit, and how our unique histories and ancestries come together.