Elise is an artist engaged with the shape and form of objects in space. Her sculptures are a giddying mix of surface, mass and volume, situated precariously on the verge of physical impossibility. Pushing materials to the edge of realism, she interrogates notions of materiality, duration and process. Her sculptural language borrows from the industrial and the vernacular. Simultaneously tangible and metaphysical, the compositions project across space, unfurling anthropomorphically upwards, or pushing outwards in repeated gestures of automated reproduction.