'Living in the city, surrounded by concrete and glass, metal and tarmac, bricks and cement, we like to think that we live in an exclusive domain. That other world we call nature; organic, natural, is some how separate from our own. Beyond the barriers and codes we use to police ourselves.

Insects, birds and animals discreetly find a way into the rifts and spaces we overlook, adapting themselves to our carefuly constucted totality, quietly making their lives amongst us in the ragged margins and deeper shadows'.

Elizabeth is interested in this other world; where animals meet the manmade: Painting mass-produced objects side by side with these small creatures on panels of gold leaf as if they were religious icons question the things we might consider insignificant, so that we might revaluate that which is transitory, neglected, fragile or overlooked.

Education:

Royal College of Art 2010 - 2012
Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art, Oxford University 2006 - 2009

Exhibitions:
2018
If one thing matters
The Ice House, Holland Park, London, May

2017

If one thing matters

Barefoot Gallery, Columbo, Sri Lanka, October

2015

Puca McGuffin

with Alex Stewart, Artisan Gallery, London, May

2014

The Onion Discussions: Speech Speech

Curated with Jack Tan, London: Vitrine Gallery: March Dogeared Studio: April. Store School; May. The Function Room June.

2013

Undercurrent,
The Crypt Gallery, London. October
Unhurried Groundswell
with Mohannad Carder, MariahLookman & Alex Stewart. February
Barefoot Gallery, Columbo, Sri Lanka, Februry
Rusty Pipe, Painted Brick,
Shoreditch Town Hall, London, March
The Onion Discussionss: Performance & Space, Performance & Memory, Performance & Voice, Departure Lounge, London. November

2012

Heart of Darkness,
Villa Arson, Nice, November
Show 2012
Royal College of Art, London. July
Open Book
performance night - Testbed, Howie Street. May
Den Hag residency performance night, Howie Street, London, March The Onion Discussions: Death, Sex, Wilderness, Hetrotopia, Truth. with Jack Tan, Royal College of Art, February - April

2011

Performance Night, Royal College of Art, Howie Street, London. October
I’ve Eaten All The Peaches, with Alex Stewart, Artisan Gallery, London. September Magpie’s Nest (curator)Howie Street, London Septemer
Into the Maelstrom
The Cresent Gallery, Ramsgate, August
Summer Sunshine
Show Royal College of Art, Howie Steet, July

2010

Red Mansion Prize,
A Foundation, Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London. April
Alight Here,
Platform 1 Gallery, Wandsworth Common Station. March
Bodies,
Newington Green Unitarian Church, 39 Newington Green, London, February

2009

Red Mansion Prize

Residency in Beijing. September

Stuart Morgan Prize for Art History and Theory

Oxford University
Chase,
Solo Show, Ruskin School, Oxford. February
Swithplate
Physics Denys Wilkinson Building, Oxford University. May

Home

Exeter College, Oxford. March Piryie Prize,
Oxford University Press. February

2008

Pirye Prize short list.
Slingsby Prize short list.
Fallen,
solo show, Magdalen College, Oxford. March Box Ladder

Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. March 20Eventi,
Bocciniano, Sabina, Italy. May
None The Less,

Solo Show, Ruskin School, Oxford. October No Loading,
High Street, Oxford. May
Slightly,

with Priyesh Mistry, Magdalen College, Oxford. November

2007

Take Your Tongue Out of My Mouth I'm Kissing You Good-bye

Area 10, Peckham, London. October

Curl

Solo Show, Roundwood Studios, London. July Slingsby Prize short list
Inside Out
Solo Show, Ruskin, Oxford. November

Group show: Science Library, Oxford. September

2006

Group show: First - Ruskin school, Oxford. November