Elise Morin, born in 1978, lives and works in Paris.
Elise Morin develops an interdisciplinary practice rooted in ecological thinking that questions our relationship to the visible and the different types of coexistence. The design and production processes generate col- laborations with scientists, local communities, engi- neers, musicians and philosophers.
The choice of specific places and environments are intrinsic components of her work. They enable re- flection on the relationship of creation to the com- mon good, on the role of aesthetics in understanding other perceptions of a damaged world.
Elise Morin has notably exhibited in France at the Centquatre, the Jeu de Paume, the Grand Palais, the Museum of Contemporary Art of the city of Bucharest, Moscow, and Tokyo.
She studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Central Saint Martins College in London, and the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts in Tokyo.