Elise Peterson

<p>Elise R. Peterson (b. 1988 Washington, D.C.) is a multi-disciplinary artist working in installation, sculpture, collage and moving image. Her work is centered on storytelling and reinterpreting the past in the framework of the evolving notions of technology, blackness, and kin narratives. Socially, it is her aim to continue to use art as a platform for social justice while making art accessible for all through exhibitions of public work and beyond.<br><br>Peterson has shown in group exhibitions in institutions and galleries, including Baie Saint Paul Museum of Contemporary Art, Quebec; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; Reading Room, Rutgers University, New Jersey; Paul Kasmin Gallery New York, Suite 7a Gallery, Sydney; and Baxter St Gallery, Los Angeles. Public works have taken place at Central Park, New York Manhattan Bridge, Fort Gansevoort, Baie Saint Paul, and Orchard St. Mural.&nbsp;Peterson studied at Howard University and Parsons School of Design, and lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.<br><br>Curated by <a href="https://daata-editions.com/art/curated/wanderingwilding-movement-as-movement">Legacy Russell</a> for Daata<br></p>