Liss LaFleur

Using time-based, photographic and discursive platforms, Liss LaFleur’s You Belong to Me examines Future Feminism and Queer aesthetics in relation to ecological sustainability, gender and sexuality. Viewers are serenaded through five curtains of synthetic pink fringe suspended from above, distorting the singer’s body, producing an uncanny, Lynchian effect that is unpredictable.

YOU BELONG TO ME, 2015. 8’ x 6’ x 4’.