Lisa E. Harris Long Bio Lisa E. Harris, Li, is an independent and interdisciplinary artist, creative soprano, performer, composer, improvisor, writer, singer/songwriter and educator from Houston Texas. Li's work focuses on the energetic relationships between body, land, spirit and place. Using voice, theremin, movement, meditation and new media to explore spatial awareness, relationality, panoptical surveillance and sonic profiling, she maintains a focused concentration on healing in performance and living. She is the founder and creative director of Studio Enertia, an arts collective with Pittsburgh creator Alisha B. Wormsley. Studio Enertia is currently producing Harris’s 10 year durational work, “Cry of the Third Eye, a new opera film in Three Acts” that archives the effects of gentrification on her Houston neighborhood. Li recently created and curated Houston’s inaugural Free Time Flow Festival at MacGregor Park, celebrating the intersections of basketball, electro-acoustic music and improvisational performance. She has currently curated Pauline Oliveros Day at Discovery Green Houston. Li can be heard as the lead singer with Jason Moran's Fats Waller Dance Party. Recent engagements include 'The Force of Things- an Opera for Objects' by Ashley Fure, 'The Nubian Word for Flowers- a phantom Opera' by Pauline Oliveros and IONE, and 'Earthseed', a co-composition commission with Nicole M. Mitchell for Chicago's Art Institute. She is currently on a solo tour that includes acclaimed solo performances at Moogfest 2019 and Marfa Myths 2019. She was a guest artist while joining the Ensemble Evolution faculty at Banff Center for the Arts in the Summer of 2019. Lisa E. Harris Short Bio Lisa E. Harris, Li, is an independent and interdisciplinary artist, performer and composer from Houston Texas, USA. Li is trained as a classical voice/opera singer and performs across a wide range of genres and mediums. She is a certified facilitator of DEEP LISTENING®, the sonic philosophies of composer Pauline Oliveros. Li's work focuses on the energetic relationships between body, land, spirit and place. She uses voice, theremin, movement, improvisation, meditation and new media to explore healing in performance and living.