Elizabeth Shores is an interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of art, science, and environmental law. Her research-based creative practice involves collaborating with and interviewing scientists, artists, and lawyers to investigate connections between objectivity, corporate personhood, and the production of landscape. Her recent work uses electron beam physical vapor deposition to create Nano sculptures using data taken from video cameras and radio transmitters she launched on a weather balloon to seventy-eight thousand feet above sea level.

Recent exhibitions include SITE Santa Fe, SOMA (DF), Torrance Art Museum, Tamarind Institute, Peters Projects Santa Fe, The Museum of Modern Art (NYC) University of California San Diego, Columbia College Chicago, University of Iowa Museum of Art, University of Texas El Paso, and Universidade Federal do EspĂ­rito Santo. She has published and/or presented her research at Arizona State University, New York University, School of Visual Arts, Zayed University, International Balloon Museum, University of New Mexico, and the New Mexico State Capitol. Her work can be found in the collections of Rutgers University, the University of Iowa, and the Nevada Museum of Art.

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