The constant use of writing unravels, revolving around an invisible gravitational center. The commonplace of a cynical figure, a detective, a blocked writer, a balloons factory worker becomes embodied by interchangeable actors. This figure informs a discourse-production tool, invocating a mass of stories that merge with each other and document a tragic idea of a paranoid concussion. A mass of connections dresses the portrait of a disillusioned world based on the alienation of bodies, the devaluation of identities, and the complexities of desire for meaning.
Born in 1985, Liv Schulman grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina, now lives and works between Marseille and Buenos Aires. She studied art practice and art writing at the ENSAPC de Paris-Cergy, the Goldmisths University of London, and the Lyon Post-Diploma. Her work has been shown broadly around the world.