Proliferations – Part I
Online from 13 July – 17 August
Filmmaker & performer Liz Rosenfeld has developed this new project in collaboration with the sonic duo HacklanderHatam and in the wake of her first feature film FOXES. For this project they have built off their research into the unwanted & censored culture of the early 20th Century Russian avant-garde.
This new film pines towards a future vision that surpasses generally accepted structural limitations of the human condition. The piece moves beyond the capabilities of human perceptive apparatuses, the ego, dimensions of time and space, notions of gender, sexuality, and other societal norms.
Liz Rosenfeld is currently The Goethe Institute artist in Residence at The Lux. During her residency, Liz will continue her creative body of research that she has been working on for the last year and half regarding the themes and characters in her first feature film, a futuristic queer speculative fiction work, FOXES. During her time at LUX, Liz will conduct creative research regarding questions dealing with queer dystopia, a positive embrace of apocalypse, invisible genocide, and drawing parallels between the way information was publicly disseminated in the early days of the AIDS/ HIV crisis, and the current state of climate change and environmental destruction. Check The Lux website for a series of events related to Liz's work at The Lux. Liz is a Berlin based artist utilizing disciplines of film, video and live performance, to convey a sense of past and future histories. Rosenfeld is invested in concepts of how history can be queered and experienced through the moment and the ways in which it is lived and remembered. She explores how we identify ourselves with in/out community and social poly-relationship configurations. She is part of the Berlin moving image collective, nowMomentnow.
Liz is a Berlin based artist utilizing disciplines of film, video and live performance to convey a sense of past and future histories. Rosenfeld is invested in concepts of how history can be queered and experienced through the moment and the ways in which it is lived and remembered. She explores how we identify ourselves with in/out community and social poly-relationship configurations. Rosenfeld is part of the queer/feminist Berlin based moving image production collective NowMomentNow, and is also one of the founding members of the food-performance group foodGASM, a satellite project of nowMomentnow, which explores the intersection of creative labor, food and industry. Since her move to Berlin in 2008, Rosenfeld continues to work as a performer, artistic collaborator, and film/video director. She has received several grants from the city of Berlin in support of her performance and film work. She is currently working with the Berlin-based production company AMARID BIRD Films on her new film works. Her film work is represented and distributed by Video Data Bank.
Banner image credit:
Liz Rosenfeld – Glimpse of Manipulated Still (White Sands, New Mexico)
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led by Joon Lynn Goh An open conversation with performingbordersLIVE20 artists and writers in residence (Àníké Bello, Jade Foster, Istanbul Queer Art Collective, Jade Montserrat and The White Pube). Not fully emergent from the global pandemic, what have we as individuals, and the respective communities that we are part of, learnt about time? Sunday 25 October, 2.30pm-4pmRead more