Elisa Braem is a sculptor that primarily works with ceramics. The artist finds in the sedimentary nature of the clay a beautiful analogy that takes her to space-time notions as well as it allows to explore ideas related to the history of cultures. The use of such an organic material with such a great amount of traceability enables her to incorporate concepts that relate to sustainability and the impact of human activities in the environment. The artist approaches ceramics from a conceptual perspective by which she combines the technical possibilities the medium with a poetic almost anthropological dimension. Through her work Braem negotiates artistically the reality that surrounds her and investigates questions that point to her fascination for human relations with the environment.

Elisa Braem (Ostend, 1991) graduated and took a MA in Sculpture at theRoyal Academy of Art and Design en Amberes, Belgium (2015-2016). In 2016 also took MA Cultural Theory, Anthropology, Goldsmith, University of London. (U.K) 2016. She has undertook the folowing residency programmes: Cerámicas Suro en Guadalajara, México (2023), Guldagergaard. International ceramic research center, Denmark (2021) and Hangar Lisboa Portugal (2019). She participated in the Internacional Ceramic Bienal, museum of Manises, Valencia (Spain) 2019- 2020. Solo and group exhibitions include: Amarillo Púrpura, galería Fermay, Palma, 2023, TACA. Ana Pon La mesa!, Palma, 2022, Terreny, group exhibition curated by Cristina Ramos. Mallorca (Spain) 2021, Hit Me On The Head I Got Ohh!, Palma, 2021.

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