Daniella Valz Gen

Daniella Valz Gen (b. 1978 in Lima, Peru) lives in works in London, UK. Valz Gen’s work explores the interstices between languages, cultures and value systems with an emphasis on embodiment. Alterity, liminality and ritual come into play through a practice that prioritises process. Whether through an engagement with materials, writing or performance, their work is preoccupied with complexity and non-linear narratives. Throughout 2019, Valz Gen has been developing the ACE funded project (Be)longing with the support of ]performance s p a c e [, a series of embodied landscape interventions through the act of burial as a way to reflect on the migrant body.  Valz Gen is author of the poetry collection Subversive Economies (PSS 2018). Their prose has been published in E.R.O.S Journal, SALT. Magazine, Montez Press Calendar Series, Paperwork Magazine, Dream Babes 2.0 and The Happy Hypocrite Silver Bandages. Solo shows include: Fluid Warp Generator, Ladette Space, London, UK (2014); All Across a Shattered Sky, Jubilee Gallery, Nagoya, Japan (2013).

Group exhibitions include: there’s something in the conversation that is more interesting than the finality of (a title), The Showroom, London, UK 2018; Eye Ball Pleasers, Lewisham Arthouse, London, UK 2018; Fugitive Desires, 198 Contemporary Arts, London UK 2017; Reinterpretando a Cristina Galvez, Lima, Peru 2016-2017 Malfunction, Dzialdov, Berlin, Germany 2015  For more information visit: