* Chronological order*
Dallas Voice, “Mother’s Pride”
AS Visual Arts, “Liss LaFleur, "The Queer Birth Project"
Femme Moments, “The Queer Birth Project’ at Nasher Sculptural Center”
Artist/ Mother, “Sharing Queer Birth Stories”
Art Review, Glasstire: "After Carolee Tender and Fierce"
Art Review, The Brooklyn Rail: "The Archive to Come- Curated by Carla Gannis and Clark Buckner"
Art Review, Less Than Half: "Women of Texas- Liss LaFleur"
Art Review, Art + Seek: "JFK Center Names LaFleur Fellow"
Art Review, Glasstire: "TX Native Named Kennedy Fellow"
News Release, Kennedy Center: 2020-21 Citizen Artist Fellows Announced
Art Review, Houstonia Mag: "Two Decades After His Death, DJ Screw Lives On at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston"
Art Review, Houston Press: "Get Chopped and Screwed at CAMH's Slowed and Throwed Exhibit"
Art Review, Dallas Morning News: "The MAC’s visually rich ‘Cosmic to Corporeal’ explores sexuality, identity"
Art Review, Art Focus Magazine: "Queen Bee is Stinging Mad"
Art Review, Voice of San Diego Magazine: "Immersive Video Installation Tackles Tik-Tok Attention Span"
Art Review, Dallas Observer: "UNT Professor Working on #metoo Art Project"
Art Review, Artsy: "Tate and an augmented reality street art application are among the 2019 Webby Awards nominees."
Art Review, Dallas News: "At the MAC's new Cedars gallery, a group of Texas artists declare their 'Independence'"
Art Review, NCSU Libraries: "Visualization With a Conscience"
Discussion, New Museum: What's Wrong with Rights
New Museum / Dec 14, 2017
In conjunction with “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” the New Museum hosted a panel discussion with the exhibition’s advisory group: Lia Gangitano, Ariel Goldberg, Jack Halberstam, Fred Moten, and Eric A. Stanley.
Full presentation: https://livestream.com/newmuseum/whatswrongwithrights
(Jack Halberstam discussing LaFleur's work @ 32.45 minute mark)
Art Review: "Place, Face, and Cyberspace"
Curator Interview, ArtPrize: ArtPrize 9, Society of Spectacle @ Fed Galleries, KCAD
Curator Interview about exhibition
Art Review, Yewth Magazine: "Holding is Next to Knowing, SISTER Gallery, Adelaide, Australia"
Art Review, Grizzly Grizzly: "Wearing Words, an Essay by Nishat Hossain on the Wroks of Brendan Fernandes, Adrienne Gaither, and Liss LaFleur"
Art Review, Huffington Post: "They’re Here, They’re Queer, and They’ll be at the LA Art Show"
Art Review, Media-N: "Queering New Media Art, Looking Back/ Looking Forward"
Curator Interview, Sculpture Month Houston: "Peak Shift" (video)
Interview, Sightlines: "The Sightlines Questionnaire: Liss LaFleur"
Interview, Glasstire: "A Conversation with Liss LaFleur, Curator of ‘Cosmic to Corporeal: Contemporary Queer Performance Practices’"
Hyperallergic: "Queering the Feminine Through a Many-Layered Lens"
Interview/ Article, Peripheral Vision Press: "Lack-less Replicas and Resistant Failures: The Queer Feminist Fabrications of Liss LaFleur"
Interview, Dallas Morning News: "Hannah Gadsby's 'Nanette' resonates with North Texas artists on gender, mental health and sexual abuse"
Interview, Slate: "'Whatever You Do Is Perfect': Remembering the Queer Mentorship of Flawless Sabrina"
Press Release, Solo Exhibition: "Fruit," Kitteredge Gallery, Tacoma, WA
February - March 2020
Press Release, Solo Exhibition: "Tutti Frutti," Galleri Urbane, Dallas, TX
January 2019 - March 2019
Press Release, Solo Exhibition: "New Frontiers," B4Bel4B Gallery, Oakland, CA
October - November 2017
Press Release, Solo Exhibition: "GREENER PASTURES," Women & Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX
March - April 2017
Press Release, Solo Exhibition:
"IN TRAINING," SU Electronic Gallery, Salisbury, MD
Gallery video & interview: https://vimeo.com/211136796/a2ea7abd20