Lissette Olivares is a liminal entity fascinated by and invested in performance. As a feminist, artist, theorist, curator and multispecies storyteller she pursues interdisciplinary approaches to knowledge production. She is an Assistant Professor and Faculty Fellow at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, and a doctoral candidate in the History of Consciousness Department where she is finishing a durational investigation on Chile’s repertoires of resistance from the 80s decade. She is the Co-founder and Director of MACS, Laboratorio de Piel/Skin Laboratory, and the Transmedia Network. She has curated many international performance events and is interested in exploring experimental curatorial formats that consider performance and its traces. Her own interventions have been presented in: Christie’s Auction House, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago, the Western Front Society, and most recently, Kara Walker’s 6-8 month project