Stick It In – Liz Singer

 

The timing of this project was perfect. In these days each breath was inhabited by shattered shards of glass and the invisible bleeding didn’t seem like it could ever stop. What had burned out my heart and pinned my body to barbed wire spikes became enveloped in a struggle to say and then that struggle wrapped itself together and set down on fine but shaky bread stick legs. This video, is where in part, I become able again.

To date, Liz Singer has made twelve short films in a variety of genres including documentary, experimental and experimental narrative which have screened in numerous national and international film festivals. Liz has worked on several commissioned projects for artists including the activist teachings of renowned performance artist Guillermo Gomez Pena and Kirk Read the extraordinaire performance artist and author of How I Learned to Snap. Liz has sat on juries and done film festival programming in Toronto. Recently, Liz has been teaching and doing some movie making in San Francisco but will return to the big smoke this January.

Comments from old site:

Submitted by AR (not verified) on Mon, 02/01/2010 – 01:51.

So long chair. Good to know ya.

Submitted by sliz on Thu, 03/04/2010 – 02:00.

Who are you AR?

Submitted by J T (not verified) on Fri, 01/08/2010 – 17:57.

Jesus, Liz. You are an absolute genius. My heart is all stretched out and about to collapse in on itself now. I love you.