Born in 1980, Myriam Lefkowitz is a performance artist. Since 2010, her research is focused on questions of attention and perception. Research which she is developping through different immersive devices involving one spectator and one performer. Her work has been presented at Le Mouvement (curated by Chris Sharp and Gianni Getzer), Situations (curated by Claire Doherty), Family Buisness (Family Business curated by Nadja Argyropoulou), The Center for Contemporary Art (Vilnius curated by Virginija Januskeviciute), The Venice Biennale (Lithuanien and Cyprus Pavillon, curated by Raimondas Malasauskas), Kunsteverein NY (curated by Sarina Basta), The French Cultural Institute, (Stuttgart), L’Usine (Genève, curated by Myriam Kidri). She will be part of the Nouveau Festival (Centre Pompidou) and of the next Creative Time Summit (Stockholm). In 2011, she took part in the master of experimentation in Art and Politics (SPEAP, Science Po Paris) founded by Bruno Latour, which main purpose is to shift the representation and definition of current public issues. In 2013, she becomes part of SPEAP teaching comitee. She is regularly invited for work shops and talks by the Museum of Modern Art Georges Pompidou (Paris), the Mac Val Museum (Ivry), The Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Open School East (London), la HEAD (Genève), the Royal Institute of Art (Artistic Research and Development,Stockholm). Since 2013, she has been collaborating with the artist Simon Ripoll Hurier on the relation between seeing and saying, through a description device of american musicals from the 30s. Two variations of this project have been presented at the Lafayette Foundation (2014) and at the Chalet Society (Atelier des Testeur, 2013).