Eleanor Francis (USA, 1992) is a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles. Her ongoing interest in subjectivity and metaphysics has driven her research and work over the last decade. She considers indeterminacy, and the potentiality for new meaning, as central to her practice. She received a BA from the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a concentration in psychology and studio art in 2015 and an MFA in Art from CalArts in 2021.
«I think a lot about the persistence of objects and the role the archive plays in our understanding of a cultural past, present, and possibilities for the future. While the creative process often feels like a form of alchemy, where inspiration and ideas transmute to create a concrete form able to encapsulate the abstract experiences of the everyday. Art as a form itself has the same porous boundaries as anything else in life. Like any language, it is shaped by the context in which it is conceived and received.»
We’re Here Because We’re Here Because We’re Here