Eliza works in installation, photography, drawing, movement, and performance, navigating the tension between form and ephemerality. Through massing and reordering mundane, often rejected, materials, her work explores structure and improvisation, the materials acting as registrations of mechanical processes and the mechanism for capturing transitory events. Eliza runs a studio at Erector Square in New Haven, Connecticut.


New York City 1976

Visual Arts, Oberlin College, 1999

Landscape Architecture & City Planning, University of Pennsylvania, 2010

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