Throughout the fall and winter of 2017/2018 Elisa Ferrari will develop Lilithlithlithlithlithlith, a sound-based research and performance project that considers different energetic phenomena that revolve around sites of power transmission and distribution starting from a Coast Mountain Bus Company Substation adjacent to Western Front.
Elisa Ferrari works with archival fragments of text, image, and sound to consider the act and implications of retrieval in projects that manifest through installation, sound walks, artist books and performance. Ferrari holds a BFA from the University of Architecture of Venice (IUAV) and a MAA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design (ECUAD). From 2013 to 2017 she worked as Events and Exhibitions Curator at VIVO Media Arts Centre. Elisa is currently collaborating with Stacey Ho on a book of graphic scores for deep listening and sound making.