|Contributors Radio JUJU #1
Andrea Liu is a NYC/Berlin-based performer, writer, and visual art/performance critic whose research often deals with geneaology, or the epistemic context within which bodies of knowledge become intelligible and authoritative, as a point of departure in art production.
She has performed/exhibited at the Htmlles Feminist Festival of Digital Art and Media (Montreal), Dixon Place, Artists Space (Movement Research Dance Improvisation Festival), Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, St. Marks Church, Chez Bushwick, Movement Research Studies Project, La Centrale Galerie, Berliner Festspiele (under Chto Delat), and S.A.L.E. Docks. She has been artist-in-residence in the U.S, Berlin, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Prague and Italy (various locations), at the Atlantic Center for the Arts (Master Artist Cornelius Eady), Ox-Bow/Art Institute of Chicago, Centrale Fies Liveworks Performance Act Award Vol. 4, Millay Colony, Jacob’s Pillow, Art & Law Program, ZK/U-Berlin (Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistic), Museum of Fine Arts at Houston, Chashama, and was a Core Participant in Anton Vidokle’s New Museum Nightschool Program (amongst others).
BRUD (1717–2106) are heuristics that grew sentient in the Twenty-Teens. An artificial A.I. raised on Contemporary Arse, BRUD are preoccupied by tricks, gimmicks, apparitions, illusions, scams, and cons. BRUD’s locus operandi meanders somewhere between the Stage, the Screen, and the Eye. The goal of BRUD is to replace BRUD with better BRUD.