Liza Eurich completed her BFA from Emily Carr University in 2010 and her MFA from Western University in 2012. She co-founded the online publication Moire, as well as the project space Support. Recently she has completed international residencies at SIM in Reykjavik, GSS in Glasgow and Acme Studios in London. Represented by MKG127 in Toronto, her work has been exhibited at Stride, Open Studio, G Gallery, McIntosh Gallery, Neutral Ground, Plug-In, and the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. She has a forthcoming exhibition at Spazju Kreattiv in Valletta, Malta this May.
Situated within an ethics of craft, labour and the space of the studio, my practice is located within modes of refusal. In this sense, it often considers mechanisms of display, perception, and a desire for deferral. Throughout the culture industry there is an increasing demand to generate work that performs, whereby legibility facilitates an ease of superfluous consumption. Working across sculpture, text, photography and textile, methodologies in which meaning is latent are brought to the forefront.