Eli’s work expresses the psychology of precarity through transformative landscapes of potential violence.

She creates memory machines by exploiting the technology of affect, intimacy and narrative. Her constructed environments all explore the ongoing process of construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of identity. Her mythology is comprised of feminist fairy tales, domestic crime scenes and horror-movie lullabies. Eli's visual art practice is predicated on a belief in the importance of testimony. Her work is a collection of fictional poems that resonate as true due to their autobiographical integrity. She is committed to a process of intimate engagement as part of a feminist methodology of artistic meaning-making.

Eli's interest in precarity stems from an autobiographical immersion in the process of involuntary identity renewal. Her personal history can be described as a series of transformative states that occurred as a result of mental illness, poverty, child abuse, femme identity and trans-generational trauma.

 Mitosis & Meiosis: A Family Anthology

Mitosis & Meiosis: A Family Anthology

 For Your Inspection

For Your Inspection

 A Continuous Thread

A Continuous Thread

 Please Sit

Please Sit

 A Little Yellow

A Little Yellow

 Barely Blue

Barely Blue

 Within & Without

Within & Without

 Mother

Mother

 Algorithm for the American Nuclear Family

Algorithm for the American Nuclear Family