ANDREA LIU
September 2010

NY, NY –  Andrea is a visual art and dance critic who writes about the juncture between modernism and postmodernism, dematerialized post-studio art, and the historical revisionism of minimalism into a formalist aesthetic. She was a recipient of the Museum of Fine Arts at Houston CORE Critical Studies Fellowship (‘07-’08), Atlantic Center for the Arts Writers’ Residency (‘07), Wildacres Writer’s Resident  (’07), Jacob’s Pillow Dance Criticism Fellow (’06), Chez Bushwick Commissioned Writer (’06), New Museum Nightschool Core Participant organized by Anton Vidokle (‘08-‘09), Ox-Bow Artist Resident (’10), and Vermont Studio Center Visual Art Criticism Residency (‘10).  She has written for New York Arts Magazine, ArtUS, galeria perdida, Postmodern Culture, Movement Research Journal, and has written catalogue essays for Goldrausch Kunstlerinnenprojekt Berlin. She has upcoming book chapter contributions to Infinite Instances: Studies and Images of Time (Mark Batty Publishers) and The Swedish Dance History. She has given talks at Sculpture Center (‘09), Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center (’09), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Archetime Conference (’09), Society for Dance History Scholars Banff Centre conference (’06), Triangle Arts Workshop in DUMBO (’08), No Longer Empty on Governor’s Island (‘10) and Bruce High Quality Foundation (‘10). She is founder of Baudrillard Camp and Foucault Lab. She was a literature major (BA) at Yale and thereafter studied literary criticism at Centre Parisen d’Etudes Critiques in Paris, France.

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