12 x 9 inch lenticular print
Edition of 5 (1 unframed available)
Elisabeth Belliveau's lenticular prints are stills from her videos that weave together stop-motion animation and time-lapse filming. Inspired by Clarice Lispector's writings and references to still lifes, Belliveau's work collapses concepts of time, death, and femininity through the pulsing, decaying and transforming of objects and plants.
Elisabeth Belliveau: b. Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Based in Treaty 6 Territory - Amiskwacîwâskahikan, Edmonton, AB
BFA Alberta University of the Arts MFA Concordia University, Montréal
Elisabeth is an artist and published author of four graphic novels. Her current work explores contemporary still life through a feminist lens. Her work employs close-watching, captured through moving images and sculpture. She has attended residencies, including at: Tokyo Arts and Space, Studio Kura,Banff Centre, Ravi Belgium, and the NFB/ ONF. Recent exhibitions include Alone in the house at Gallery 44, Capture Photography Festival at Grunt Gallery Public Screen in Vancouver, and Borderlines at the Remai Modern.