Black & White Projects is pleased to present a solo exhibition featuring a new series of works by San Francisco-based interdisciplinary artist Elisabeth Nicula.
The exhibition of new work in video, installation, and embroidery is on view at Black & White Projects, in San Francisco’s Mission district, April 26 through June 1, 2019. An artist reception will be hosted on Friday, May 3, from 7 to 9pm.
About the Artist
Elisabeth Nicula is a San Francisco based interdisciplinary artist whose work focus on nature. She creates websites, GIF essays, video installations, and works on paper. She generates interest in viewers to look at the non-human world in ways that maybe not be familiar to them. She once stated in an interview with PAPER magazine “Nature and its systems are comforting because they reveal one’s insignificance.” She has exhibited in art spaces across the country and internationally. The Boston Public Library also has some of her work in their permanent collection. She talks about the inspiration of her work as being inspired by landscapes but not from a particular place. In her upcoming show she will be exhibiting a video installation about what is already underwater, alongside hand-embroidered crisis maps—”tender depictions of my climate anxiety.”