Areas of Expertise: New media art, video art, performance art, animation, digital fabrication, and queer theory.
Liss LaFleur is an interdisciplinary artist who works with video, new media, and performance. Through the merging of digital and physical space, she explores queer identity, the future of feminism, and historical narratives. In 2018, she was named an Immersive Scholar by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including presentations at the TATE Modern, London; Cannes Court Métrage, Cannes, France; PBS/ POV Digital; the Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavík, Iceland; the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Wash.; Sister Gallery, Bowden, Australia; and the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, Gimpo, South Korea. LaFleur received an MFA in Media Art from Emerson College, and is an Assistant Professor of New Media Art in the College of Visual Art & Design at the University of North Texas. She is currently represented by Galleri Urbane Marfa + Dallas, Dallas.