Elisabeth’s curatorial research focuses on collaborative and participatory art practices with a specific interest in socially engaged art. Alongside her role as Learning Curator at UP Projects, Elisabeth is co-curator of the Kaunas Biennial in Lithuania opening in June 2019. In summer 2017 Elisabeth participated in the NEON Exchange Programme in Athens organized by NEON Foundation and Whitechapel Gallery and focusing on the social role of public art. Recent collaborative curatorial projects include Public Marketplace, presented at ArtNight in Nine Elms London in 2018 and as part of In formation at ICA in 2017.
Elisabeth received a BA in History of Art from Goldsmiths and an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from Royal College of Art.