Elizabeth White is an interdisciplinary artist and educator whose work explores social, psychological, and political themes including maintenance and self-preservation, security and freedom, control and anxiety, and confrontation with the unknown. Often site- and context-specific, her projects are shaped by research and frequently incorporate others’ images, objects, and words. 
Her work has been exhibited at Rawson Projects, FiveMyles, A.I.R. Gallery and Susan Eley Fine Art (New York), Columbia College A+D Gallery (Chicago), Gallery Shoshinkan (Nagano), Thisisnotashop Gallery (Dublin), The Center for Endless Progress and Galerie Lifebomb (Berlin), the Tate Modern (London), and the Artisterium International Contemporary Art Exhibition (Tbilisi), and has been published in The New York Times Magazine, The Observer (UK), and The State (UAE) and featured on ArtFetch.com, TheGirlProject and ArtInfo.com. White organized Penelope Umbrico’s exhibition Campus Surplus at Bennington College and curated Culturehall’s Feature Issue 95 and has been awarded residencies in Leipzig, Tbilisi, Marfa, TX, Catskill, NY, and on Governors Island, and received support from CECArtsLink, the Hattie Strong Foundation and LMCC/ Creative Capital. She holds a BA from Vassar College and an MFA in photography, video, and related media from the School of Visual Arts, where she was the recipient of an Aaron Siskind Fellowship. Based in Brooklyn, she teaches at Bennington College in Vermont and in the MFA Program in Digital Arts at Pratt Institute.