Thursday December 9, 6 -7:30pm (CST)
Join Eliza Fernand, as she discusses the work in the exhibition “Watery Ghosts” at Neutral Ground from November 27 – January 15, 2022.
(Hosted online, over zoom).
ELIZA FERNAND is a video and installation artist who works primarily with space, sound, fabric, and clay. She holds a BFA in Sculpture from Pacific Northwest College of Art, and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Sierra Nevada University. Fernand has exhibited her work internationally in solo and group exhibitions, has been the recipient of NEA grants for individuals, and has attended over a dozen artist residencies across the United States. Fernand’s videos offer a handmade aesthetic that touches on subversive subjects to bring to light alternative kinds of intimacy and kinship. In artmaking and in teaching, she aims to provoke an acceptance of loving practices outside of the norm and promote experimentation on all levels.