Elizabeth Black is an international artist with a passion for generating dialogue around disquieting issues. Her research concerns such topics as social politics, dysfunctional humour, site, and body. Black often works through collaborative and coercive relations within live art, discursive events, and art happenings. Her practice covers a range of media between performance, text, sculpture, and photography.

Public outputs include: Double Lip, Disgraceland, Baker Street (2018); Etiquette, Palm-Sized Press Retrospective (2017); Roots and Wings, House of Blah Blah (2017); I Remember Most What Never Happened, Baltic 39 (2017); Nasty Women, Byker Arts Centre (2017); Little Wolf Parade Residency with GAL (2017); Trojan Sushi, Vane Gallery (2017); After the fire, Public Programmes, The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm (2016); Translation is Hard, Sister Space, Stockholm (2016); Slow Show, No Show, Baltic 39 (2016); You Can Check Out Anytime You Like, Gallery North (2016); Paperformance Paper Studio North (2016); White Coat Hypertension at Baltic 39 (2016); A Reading/Reading [of] the Art at Baltic 39 (2015); Love, Letters, Death and Decay, International Exhibition Hall, Taiwan, (2015).

Upcoming publications: Err on the side of caution, (2018).

Affiliated with organisations such as Dovetail Joints, LaunchPad, Little Wolf Parade, GALab, AV Festival, Teesside University Dance Department, Sorrell Art Foundation, and Nottingham Contemporary. Published writing credits include: A-N Unedited, Vane Gallery, LeftLion, and The Crack Magazine.

Qualified Master of Fine Art, Northumbria University (2015-2017), PGDE Post-compulsory Education & Training, Nottingham Trent University (2015), BA Hons Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University (2012).