Elizabeth Price (b. 1966) lives and works in London Elizabeth Price makes single-screen, narrative videos for gallery installation. They incorporate digital video, motion graphics, 3D computer animation and sound, and emerge through formal, technical and intellectual exploration in the medium of digital video. In particular they exploit the heterogeneity of digital moving-image, to permit a figurative migration through varied institutional contexts and formal genres in the course of a single work. She has been nominated for the 2012 Turner Prize for HERE - her solo exhibition at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and was included in the British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, 2010-11. She is currently Leverhulme artist in residence at Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, Oxfordshire.
Elizabeth Price | The Paul Hamlyn Foundation is unique in supporting an artist's development rather than a project and as such it will benefit the most experimental aspects of my process, enabling me to exercise increased artistic freedom, whilst intensifying production. It will make a huge difference to me, and to my work as an artist.