WRITINGS and presentations

2020 Livia Daza-Paris, Unexpected Witnesses: an artistic practice from a “plurality of ways of knowing” surrounding political disappearance, Performance Research, Volume 24, Issue 7.
This is an accepted manuscript of a peer-reviewed article published by Taylor & Francis Group on 17/02/2020
Text in English available online: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13528165.2019.1717866.

2020 OPTICA, Un dos tres por mí y mis compañeras qui était amorcée depuis le 18 janvier 2020. Entretien audio sur fond de visite commentée avec la commissaire Nuria Carton de Grammont.
Cette exposition porte un regard collectif sur les artistes pionnières de la performance latino-québécoise actives à Montréal depuis les années quatre-vingt-dix jusqu’à nos jours.
version en français, mai 2020. https://soundcloud.com/user-432657356/entretien-de-nuria-carton-de-grammont-avec-esther-bourdages-optica
Esta exposición arroja una mirada colectiva a las artistas pioneras de la performance latino-quebequense, activas en Montreal desde los años noventa hasta nuestros días. Entrevista de audio con la curadora Nuria Carton de Grammont
versión en español, mayo 2020. https://soundcloud.com/user-432657356/entrevista-entre-nuria-carton-de-grammont-y-esther-bourdages-optica

2020 Vie des Arts, Actualité des Arts Visuels N. 258—Printemps 2020. Reviewed by independent art critic Camille Bédard of group exhibition: Pour mes camarades et moi : Un dos tres por mí y mis compañeras, curated by Nuria Carton de Grammont. Optica, centre d’art contemporain, Montréal. January 18-March 20, 2020. Texte en français: https://drive.google.com/openid=1i9wbhw62qH4g9J1W0o5l_4isVHCRGXNi

2019 Livia Daza-Paris, Towards attunement as a research method in my project of Poetic Forensics, published in THEOREM 2018, Theory as practice and practice as theory. Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. Blind peer-reviewed article. Published: July 2019.
Text in English:https://ruskinarts.files.wordpress.com/2019/07/theorem2018-1.pdf

Publication and curated web-exposition 2019 Livia Daza-Paris, Not So Casual Conversations, published in VIS issue 1 Nordic Journal for Artistic Research Stockholm. Published by the University of the Arts and Norwegian Artistic Research Programme. Peer-reviewed exposition and article. Published: January 2019.
Text in English:https://www.en.visjournal.nu/not-so-casual-conversations/

2018 Livia Daza-Paris, The Visits (Of Which There Were None), published in ANYWHERE V. II Editors Sean Lawry and Simone Douglas. Published in print by Project Anywhere and Parsons Fine Arts. The New School; and Victoria College of Arts. Blind peer-reviewed publication. Livia Daza-Paris, The Visits (Of Which There Were None). Published: March 2018.
Text in English:https://issuu.com/projectanywhere/docs/pa_v.ii_2018
Artist Talk
2018 Artist presentation. Photo credit: Dirk Rose. IMPACT18 Symposium Matter in Movement Practices of resistance in art, technology and science. Zollverein Choreographic Center, Essen, Germany. November 2018.

Critical Review
2018 "Poetics of displacement in Latino-Québécois performative practice" is a chapter from the publication “Vues Transversales”. My work is featured by art historian Nuria Carton de Grammont and Tatiana Navallo, scholar in Hispanic literature. Published: November 2018.
Texte en français:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XHBkz4OvG845nMXJ6rpxMztrCC2AlZkb

Interview2017 Featured artist, Biennial Special Edition, Vol.18, WomenCine Makers. Interview by independent art critics Francis L. Quettier and Dora S. Tennant. Independent Women's Cinema. Published: July 2017.
Text in English:https://issuu.com/womencine_makers/docs/special.edition/4

Artist Presentation
2016 Project Anywhere: a global blind peer reviewed exhibition model for art at the outermost limits of location-specificity. Artist talk at Parsons Art, Media & Technology. New York City. November 2016.
In English

2016 Featured interviewed artists by The Museum of Contemporary Cuts (MoCC) during the TransCultural Exchange's 2016 International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts. Boston University, Massachusetts, US. February 2016.
In English

2016 Livia Daza-Paris, At the edge of the (far-End): an event revealed through rituals. ELSE Journal for International Art and Creative Media Issue 01. Published by Transart. Guest editor Teobaldo Lagos Preller. Peer-reviewed article. Published: January 2016.
Text in English:https://en.calameo.com/read/003167138eee8c6d8ee56

Critical Review
2014 ArtNexus N.95 Volume 13. Reviewed by independent art critic Constanza de Rogatis. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Caracas. Published September 2014.
Texto en español: https://www.artnexus.com/es/magazines/article-magazine-artnexus/5d641d3690cc21cf7c0a4179/95/jesus-guerrero-livia-daza-paris
Text in English: https://www.artnexus.com/en/magazines/article-magazine-artnexus/5d641d3690cc21cf7c0a4179/95/jesus-guerrero-livia-daza-paris

2014 Sobre los pasos de Antígona. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas, Venezuela. Solo exhibition, curated by Albeley Rodríguez. July - September 2014.
Texto en español: Albeley Rodríguez

Artist Talk
2014 artist presentation and symposium. "Hombre declarado ni vivo ni muerto" with participants: Argelia Bravo, Livia Daza-Paris, Juan Calzadilla y Eleonora Cróquer Pedrón. Auditorio del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas, Venezuela. September 2014.
Texto en español:

Critical Review
2014 Review by Latin American curator and independent art critic Albeley Rodriguez. Article by Albeley Rodríguez. July 2014.
Texto en español:La creación: un dolor trocado en vida vibrante

2003 Wet Petals. Featured article. Interview by Kathryn Greenway. La Gazette, Montréal, Canada. October 2003.
Text in English

2000 The Dance Current. Volume 2, Issue 10. Featured article by Nova Bhattacharya on Livia Daza-Paris: Under Her Heart. March 2000.
Text in English:https://www.thedancecurrent.com/issue/volume-2-issue-10

1992 Livia Daza-Paris, Carta Con Son, Movement Research, Fall/Winter 1992.
Text in English:https://movementresearch.org/publications/performance-journal/issue-05

Dance Review
1991 Livia Daza-Paris, Nos Encontramos? No? Choreography reviewed by New York dance critic Jennifer Dunning. The work was presented at "Dance Chance: Muevete," a program by Dance Theater Workshop, NYC. Curated by Merian Soto.
Text in English:https://www.nytimes.com/1991/01/31/arts/review-dance-latin-americans-and-the-world-beyond.html