Elisabeth M. Eitelberger (Australia/Austria) is a co-founder of ART IN PROCESS with artist Bello Benischauer, an independent entity since 2000. Together they create work that is experimental, involves interactions with the public and functions within non-traditional spaces. Elisabeth's part involves performance acts, voice works and writing short abstract plays, as well as independent research on theoretical questions concerning ART IN PROCESS practice and context. Workshops, lectures, social/school projects and conference presentations accompany their artistic work. Elisabeth is currently writing an artistic monograph called cross-border and beyond: bello benischauer and ART IN PROCESS until 2011. She received her Master of Arts (in Philosophy, Theatre and Art History) from the University of Vienna, followed by various employments at Austrian Cultural Institutions (OK Center for Contemporary Art Upper Austria, States Theatre Linz, and Wochenklausur/ Interventions through Art).
Recent artworks by ART IN PROCESS are part of the ISEA2011 exhibition UNCONTAINABLE.
ART IN PROCESS and Janet Holmes à Court Artists' Grant
“The Janet Holmes à Court Artists' Grant is a NAVA initiative, made possible through the generous sponsorship of Mrs Janet Holmes à Court and through the support of the Visual Arts Board, Australia Council for the Arts”