Lie Back and Get Comfortable
This essay concerns the youthful experiences of a Jewish woman as she confronts the anti-queer predudice of her mother.
Liz Rosenfeld (USA/DE) is a Berlin-based artist who works in film/video, performance, and experimental discursive writing practice. She explores the sustainability of emotional and political ecologies, cruising methodologies, and past/future histories in regards to the ways in which memory is queered. Departing from the personal, her writing is rooted in questions that contend with how queer ontologies are rooted in variant hypocritical desire(s). The essay included in this anthology is an excerpt from a longer piece that will be included in her first book of experimental essays and writings from her performance and film/video works.