Liza Wallman (b. 1990, London, Ontario) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Tkaronto/Toronto, Canada. Foundational to her work is her Masters in Art history as she layers practices and themes on the margins into conversation with ideas solidified in the canon of art history, fusing historically perceived disparate binaries of low/high class, female/male gender, popular/high culture. Wallman creates art works, videos, projects, and community experiences in a wide range of media to explore how art history is implemented and negotiated. Fusing feminine practices with masculine visual languages, she explores the construction of art history by rearranging approaches to gender, culture, home, belonging, and nostalgia. Wallman is interested in how social constructs are learned and sustained, and how art history is maintained and protected.