Works on LPP
Ela Boyd is currently a Visual Art MFA candidate at UCSD. She is originally from Hollywood, CA and received her BFA from California College of Arts in San Francisco. In her work, she explores issues of the relationship between media, representation and visual perception with the interplay of light, space and time. Her methodology involves collapsing spatiotemporal modalities using photographic images, sculpture and new media installation works. Most recently, she has been working on immersive video installation works that explore the ontology of multiplicity. Her work has been exhibited in various galleries and art spaces within California, including Pacific Standard Time Exhibition, Phenomenal Light, Space and Surface at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego Museum of Art, Oceanside Museum of Art, LA Center for Digital Art, Lawrence Ascher Gallery, Barnsdall Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and Pharmaka Gallery. This Summer she will attend an artist residency at Wassaic Project. In 2005, Boyd attended an artist residency at Est Nord Est in Quebec and has been included International exhibitions in Canada and Portugal.