Elisa’s practice observes various forms of generation, distribution and organization of products, knowledge and labor. Through a variety of objects and methods between the analogue/traditional and the digital/contemporary, she explores the agency of technical artifacts, their negotiating role within culture, and the more-than-human systems that emerge from their use.
Often at the intersection of art, design and science, she has collaborated with diverse public and independent initiatives, such as Tentacular Festival (Matadero Madrid), Madatac Media Arts Festival, the citizen laboratory Medialab-Prado, or AIDI, a community-led project where design and culture meet in a transversal manner.
Her work has been exhibited at the Centre for the Promotion of Science (Belgrade), Science Gallery (Dublin), Nest (The Hague), Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (Gijón), Sala de Arte Joven (Madrid), or Sala Borrón (Oviedo). She has been awarded the Asturias Joven 2019 Award to Young Visual Artists and the XI LABjoven_Los Bragales Production Prize.
She holds a MA in Artistic Research at KABK (The Hague), a postgraduate course on Advanced Infographics at ETSAM (Madrid), and a BA in Industrial Design and Fine Arts from Universidad Nebrija (Madrid).