Elise Morin (b. 1978, lives and works in Paris) develops an interdisciplinary practice rooted in ecological thinking that questions our relationship to the visible and to types of coexistence. The design and production processes generate collaborations with scientists, local communities, engineers, musicians and philosophers.
The choice of specific places and environments are intrinsic components of her work. They enable reflection on the relationship of creation to the common good, on the role of aesthetics in understanding other perceptions of a damaged world.