Winnie Ho (Superhova) is a dance performance artist who was born in Hong Kong, and currently resides in Montreal. Winnie juggles with the alchemy of space, feelings and wastes within living and non-living bodies. In addition, her on-going interests/research include working with her Asian diaspora/queer identities, exploring notions of pleasure/play and subverting the performative gaze. She was the recipient of the 2017 Danceweb Scholarship Program at Impulstanz Festival in Vienna and has performed for Shake It Collaborations in Sweden, Chih-Chien Wang at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin and Clary Furey in Cosmic Love in Montreal. Her installations and performances have been presented at Ponderosa Festival in Stolzenhagan, Germany, Spring Board Summer Series in Calgary, MIX Festival in New York City, Out There Festival in Portugal, Articule Gallery and La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse in Montreal. Furthermore, Winnie recently collaborated with Angie Cheng and Chi Long in Seeds cast afar from our roots, an installation-performance and research in Asian diaspora, which premiered at the MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) in May, 2019. Her latest solo works Yellow Fever and aWokening was presented at La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse and by the CanAsian Festival in Toronto and Tangente Danse in Montreal in 2020 respectively.