Born in 1988 in San Francisco, USA, ELIZABETH JAEGER lives and works in New York.
Elizabeth Jaeger’s dissonant yet poetic sculptures pose a challenge to binary systems, revealing them to be arbitrarily organized and driven by a hidden affective order.
The artist says: “My working process is to take logic to its illogical conclusion, or a rationale to its irrational end.”
The artist has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions including Licking the Walls at Callie’s, Berlin; Persona and Parasite at White Space, Beijing; How To Survive at the Sprengel Museum, Hannover; Mirror Cells at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Greater New York at MoMA PS1; In Practice: Fantasy Can Invent Nothing New at Sculpture Center, New York; 99 Cents or Less at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and Zombies: Pay Attention! at the Aspen Art Museum.