Elisabeth Molin (1985) is a visual artist based between London and Copenhagen, working with video, performance and storytelling. She studied at Chelsea College of Art and Royal College of Art in London. She has shown work at Sixty Eight Institute and Charlottenborg Kunsthal in Copenhagen, The Danish Institute in Edinburgh, Art Current Institute in New York and CCA Scotland. She has been awarded residencies at Cite des Arts in Paris, Danish Cultural Institute in Rome and Athens and at CCA Andratx in Mallorca. In 2013 she was shortlisted for the Tenderflix Award at Tenderpixel Gallery and in 2017 she was awarded a fellowship from Hasselblad Foundation at ISCP in New York.
Black Rooms is an exploration of the book as mental architecture, where language builds up and breaks down notions of space. The book includes 11 imagined spaces where the senses merge and tongues slip, in stories around blindness, deception, darkness and myths.
COMFORT 7/32/00 refers to a note I found on the street one day, that became a portal into a state of mind or a particular time, although the time was out of date or imagined, floating in between past, present and future. The book is a journey through this imagined place, where vision oscillates between perception and mechanics, and where objects and materials are in permanent state of melting or intersecting.
Lies and Diet Coke is a collection of notes and poems written over the period of one year. It relates to failures in representation, the night time and how technology affects notions of distance and proximity.
(yet) is a journey through everything in between; transit zones, temporary shelters, weightlessness and virtual spaces.