Born 1979 - United States
Liz Rosenfeld is a Berlin-based artist who works within the disciplines film/ video and of live performance in order to convey a sense of past and future histories. Rosenfeld is invested in concepts of how history can be queered and experienced through momentism and the ways in which it is lived and remembered. She explores how we identify ourselves with in/ out of communal and social poly- relational configurations, and the sustainability of the politics of desire and solidarity within queer futurities. Rosenfeld is part of the Berlin film
production collective NowMomentNow, and one of the founding members of the food- performance group foodGASM, which explores the intersection of creative labor, food, and industry. Rosenfeld’s film work is represented and distributed by the Video Data Bank. Rosenfeld has worked numerous times with performer choreographer Jeremy Wade & Jared Gradinger. She has collaborated with Swedish film director, Marit Östberg, and the Swedish electro- pop band, The Knife. Her work has been screened and performed internationally at venues including The Tate Modern, The Hayward Gallery, The C/O Gallery, The Kunst Haus Dresden, The Hammer Museum, The Hebbel am Ufer Theater, The Kitchen, The Victoria & Albert Museum and Rivington Place. She has been profiled in publications including Art Review and Camera Obscura, as well as Missy Magazine. She is premiering her newest film work, the Surface Tension Trilogy, at The Barbican in London in November 2015. She is also currently writing her first feature film, FOXES, slated for preproduction in Mid- 2016.