Liz Rosenfeld (DE/USA) works with film/video, live performance and discursive writing practice. She explores questions regarding the sustainability of emotional and political ecologies, past and future histories and the ways in which memory is queered. Her current performance work approaches flesh as a collaborative material, and the potentiality in physical abundance and excess in dance and movement. Liz received an MFA in Performance from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2005, followed by an MA from The Department of Performance Studies at New York University in 2007. Her films are represented by Video Data Bank and LUX Moving Image. She is part of the Berlin moving image collective NowMomentNow. Her newest expanded experimental cinema work, White Sands Crystal Foxes, will premiere at the Berlin Planetarium in 2020. She is also in development for her first feature film, FOXES.