Elizabeth Barlow-Hall’s current work explores the concept of the sublime alongside narratives, perceptions, and mythology. Her practice is heavily influenced by artists like M.K. Čuirlionis, Anne Carson, Michael Hansmeyer, and John Martin, and generally develops as visual explanations of ideas, perceptions, and themes that fascinate the artist.
While not investigating philosophical and mythological concepts, Elizabeth sells hand-made fantasy maps online, some of which have made their way into published novels such as the work of Gianluca Gotto and Jacqueline Lambert.
After her degree, Elizabeth plans to work on her practice alongside her job, developing customer training for the radiography and chromatography industries within the internationally renowned company LabLogic.