Upended bank bags act as emptied prayers and are held together with running stitch – commentary on the current market and fast-rising housing prices.
straw into gold is both a statement on the current real estate market and a poetic charm for those trying to emerge into home ownership
lovingly hand-stitched, spun and assembled, tin shed tea rose is an ode to all those who’ve ever slept rough
Lovingly hand-stitched, little love song is a response to the exhibition theme ‘Swatch’.
enveloping (the human) connection (in 36.5 letters) was my answer to a time when connection needed its vital signs checked. I recently unboxed the replies – a treasure of old…
Encouraged not to alter the artwork, visitors are invited to leave with an individual leaf.
Didn’t make it to Noted but want a piece, a sense, a souvenir? Enjoy sneaky peeks at other’s mail? my Postal Project has you covered.
Can’t make it to Noted Festival but want a piece, a sense, a souvenir? Are you feeling a little isolated – geographically or otherwise? Do you seek connective threads?
“human you are a cell within the body of the work”
(with(in)side) out is a thought-data experiment, invites you to dissect the uncertainties of your own form.
To the very human you,
This project is bare bones seeking.
It’s a small, quiet experiment in reaching out and rethreading connection.
It’s about enveloping the atmosphere of moments, for them to be unwrapped later, somewhere else, by another.
I had licence to poem up a cafe. Here’s what I got up to …
“Eli creates her own unique language, a ‘poetry of the object’. In their ‘silence’ these pieces speak volumes …” Jordana Lennox
NEST residency and showing Sept 2013 For one week a gorgeous room in The Goodwood Institute gave home to the residency project NEST. This occasion offered space and structure to the whispered beginnings of an…
in this place called mine audio visual poem, indigo eli, 2012 outdoor screening at PLACE 2012, Australian Institute of Architects Take Your Place film competition joint winner, 27+ age category © Indigo…
Write a letter each day the post gets collected
during the month of February in the year 2012.