Liz Rosenfeld (USA/DE) lives and works as an artist in Berlin, working with film/video, performance, and experimental writing techniques. She explores the sustainability of emotional and political ecology, taking up different approaches as well as the history of past and future in relation to ways of queering memory. The point of departure for her work is the body as a non-binary, collaborative material; and she is particularly concerned with the potential of physical abundance and excess to answer questions about responsibility and the privilege of occupying space. Issues around anchoring queer ontologies in politically and personally diverse forms of mendacious desire underlie her work, which is rooted in individual experience. Liz is part of the international film collective nowMomentnow, and her films are distributed by Video Data Bank and LUX Moving Image.