Interview: Liz-N-Val – Joyful Journey Through Creative Exploration

Lesny sits down with Liz and Val in their studio in Soho for a long conversation about their art making.

poster for Brucennial 2012

Brucennial 2012 "Harderer. Betterer. Fasterer. Strongerer."

at 159 Bleecker Street
in the Villages area
This event has ended - (2012-02-29 - 2012-04-20)

In Interviews by Lesny JN Felix 2012-03-13 print

photo: Tom Warren 'Liz and Val' c.1984, rooftop, NYC, Chelsea or East Village
Since the 1980s Liz-N-Val have done a lot of exploring of their artistic expression, experimenting with many platforms available, pushing the boundaries outside of the mainstream mold. They seek to boil the blood circulating through the veins of the establishment forcing it to engage, to take notice of what is underground.

Liz-N-Val are currently participating in the Brucennial 2012.

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Lesny JN Felix

Lesny JN Felix. I am deeply interested in anything art and politic. I enjoy anything that keeps me occupied, so I have a bunch to pick from. The key for me is to have as much available as possible because my attention span is short, could use more things to jump into if that is the case. My latest thrill is to independently build a video gallery of artist, maybe 13 of them.... So i am thrilled. I am a long time New Yorker since 1988. I know downtown east like every line on my palm. I love to gallery hop on thursdays twice a month and so on... What I am is not important, at least as of now. Hello, I am Lesny and I will bring you content of interest perhaps I believe I will. » See other writings

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