Trained in anthropology, Ariane Plante has worked freelance for a dozen years in the cultural and artistic community, notably as curator, programmer, author, project manager, and artistic advisor. A self-taught artist, she also develops a professional practice in media and visual arts. She has received grants from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec as an artist and curator, and from Première Ovation, as an artist, author (screenwriting) and curator. In 2012, Ariane Plante started Klondike – décor sonore pour patinoire, an independent curatorial project in audio art. She also created Occupation trouble, a program of video works from the La Bande Vidéo media library. In 2015, she was named main curator of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 editions of Mois Multi, the Quebec international multidisciplinary and electronic arts festival. She also programmed an Art and Exploration section at the Quebec City Film Festival in 2017. Her writing has notably been published during an exhibition at Oboro, and in the ETC media magazine. She lives in Montréal, and works in Quebec City and Montréal.