Lupercal (collaboration with Anna Barie)
Elizabeth Preger creates large scale, immersive environments that utilize photography, video, sculpture and sound. Recorded interviews and oral history are integral to her practice as a way of proposing an act of collective listening while asking, “Who is talking to whom?” and “Who is listening?” Her work activates narratives around nature and people, where the subjects of her own cultural history, and the documenting and developing of relationships, are always framed in resilience. She earned a B.A. in Art from UCLA in 2010, and an M.F.A. in Photography & Media from CalArts in 2018.