Elizabeth is interested in the ways we connect to our environment.
“I find it important to have a physical experience of place in an increasingly dislocated world, and undertake long walks, immersing myself in a paradoxical activity of being there, while passing through. I want to find out about the ways we belong; how we orientate ourselves within history; how we get a grip on our own impermanence.”
Her work considers social, historical and geographical networks within the context of a particular place through a personal physical experience. Her aim is to draw out universal metaphors which resonate on a deeper level, seeking an authentic, significant or enduring trace of a transient experience.