Elisabeth Hogeman (b. 1989) works in photography and video to consider conventions of still life. Her practice seeks the slow excavation of domestic subjects through repetition and variation. By steeping her viewers in environments with shifting and uncertain architectures, she tries to parse the relationship between mind, body, and space. She received her MFA in Visual Arts from the University of Chicago and her BA in Studio Art and English Literature from the University of Virginia. By steeping her viewers in domestic environments with confining and confusing architectures, she tries to parse the relationship between mind, body, and space. Her projects have been supported by the Versailles Foundation, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the Arts, Science & Culture Initiative at the University of Chicago.
She works as a part-time lecturer in photography at the University of Chicago and as a studio assistant for Jason Salavon.