Livia Daza-Paris

Poetic Forensics
Canada (residence), Canada, Venezuela (citizenship) °1964
research interests: haptic spatiality, Cold War-era, Attunement, forensis, Decolonizing methodologies, Skinner Releasing, The Political Disappeared, Poetic Testimony, more-than-human, Indigenous ways of knowing, Skinner Releasing Technique SRT, Poesis
affiliation: University of Plymouth, UK. Art-led Research, Doctoral Candidate

Venezuelan-Canadian interdisciplinary artist and researcher Livia Daza-Paris works with performativities documentary evidence and moving image to explore Cold-War-era Venezuela non-official history. She works with the dance and poetics of Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT) and Indigenous ways of knowing to research relationalities between the more-than-human witness to political disappearance.

She holds postgraduate degrees in Community Economic Development and Digital Technologies in Design Arts from Concordia University, Canada, and an MFA from Transart Institute. Currently, Livia is an art-led Ph.D. candidate at the University of Plymouth, UK.



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