Jennie Liu has made performances and videos with a close, evolving group of performers and designers since 2005. House Music, an ongoing collaboration with performer/musician Andrew Gilbert, was created with support from Los Angeles Performance Practice and was in residency at the Mistake Room in Los Angeles as part of an initiative to view performance as a set of processes and interactions rather than solely as a time-based object. Her work has been presented at venues including the former Dance Theater Workshop, Bushwick Starr, Live Arts Exchange, REDCAT’s NOW Festival, HERE Arts Center, Incubator Arts Center, and Prelude Festival. She was a resident artist at the Bogliasco Foundation, Yaddo Arts Colony, EMPAC, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange, and has received grants from the Jerome Foundation, Center for Cultural Innovation, and MAP Fund. Liu’s video work is rooted in an interest in applying choreographic processes to filmmaking. Her first short film Scout Hut (2012) screened at the Center for Performance Research and the Frameworks Dance Festival, and Diamond Linda (2016) at the LA Dance Film Festival. In collaboration with Karinne Keithley Syers, Front Door Blue Sky, a documentary feature about The Wooden Floor, a dance program for underserved young people in Santa Ana, will have a digital release in 2017. As a performer Liu has worked with Big Dance Theater, Faye Driscoll, Witness Relocation Company, Cathy Weis Projects, Poor Dog Group, and Adam Linder. She received her BFA from the Experimental Theater Wing at NYU, and her MFA from Hollins University in Virginia.