Elizabeth Burmann Littin, Santiago, Chile 1992.
༘ 2020 Sculpture MFA Rhode Island School of Design.
༘ 2015 BFA Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Elizabeth Burmann Littin has focused her practice in the encounters between nature and culture, exploring this materially and weaving crosses between biology, crafts techniques and posthuman studies. Holds an MFA in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design, and a BFA from Universidad Catolica de Chile. Simultaneously, she has developed the collective project “art&crap” which serves as a platform for material and discursive experimentation.
Currently she is developing the interdisciplinary project “Comunidad Planctonica”, which drifting mode of research explores liquid materialities and commonalities between human and non-human entities through microscopic perspectives and overlooked phenomenas.
༘ member at www.artandcrap.com