Elise is an anonymous London-based artist creating delirious sculptures. Experimenting with mass and volume, the shapes appear solid yet intangible, somewhere on the edge between realism and an evanescent dream. Painted in pastels, cracked and imperfect, the artworks reflect on the subjectivity of aesthetics as small details and elements can influence our perception of what is harmonious and beautiful or unsettling.
“Angle, curve, surface and dimensionality merge to form an unlikely symmetry that conjoins or dissipates as the gaze spans her compositions. She draws the viewer into a deliriously disorientating world, where intriguing sculptural shapes connect and collide.”