Lili Huston-Herterich has a situated practice both materially and conceptually: she works with what she is in close vicinity to in order to develop a dialogue from her current position historically, geographically, and economically. She is conscious of her role as a maker in a cultural context of excess, and uses capitalist culture's flotsam and jetsam to create work that reflects a dependency on her present.Her research focuses on personal and political lineages of information: specifically on situated, improvisational, and dialogue-based methods of knowledge transmission. She works alone and with other people, with tactile materials and with performance, sound, and video. She is interested in storytelling, character building, personal archives, humour, repetition, revision, and singing.
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