Who We Are

Following the death of the Norman Daly in 2008, David Daly and Linda Fisher conceived this website with the aspiration to introduce Norman’s remarkable creation, The Civilization of Llhuros, to new audiences.

David Daly is the son of Norman Daly, the creator of Llhuros. Linda Fisher is the daughter of the late Elizabeth Fisher Cornell, a close friend of the artist who gave voice to the temple virgin whose songs were used in the exhibition soundscape.

Daly and Fisher have spent nearly 13 years gathering, inventorying, photographing, compiling, and researching the vast materials of “Llhuros” and building this website as the key digital repository for content about “Llhuros.”

Llhuros has been honored with a revival when it was selected for exhibition by the renowned curator, Nicolas Bourriaud who included it for installation in France, 2017 and at the Istanbul Biennial, 2019. In 2022 the first batch of Norman Daly’s papers were acquired by the Cornell University Archives. Concurrently, there was an uptick in press coverage which can be reviewed in our posts and newsletters. The Llhuros Symposium 2022 also took place in October of that year. Weekly visits to this website and the Norman Daly website have increased substantially.

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