Eleanor Ivory Weber
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Eleanor Ivory Weber is an artist and writer living in Brussels. Their performances have been presented in Belgium at Maison Pelgrims, Kunsthal Gent, Q-O2, ISELP, Établissement d’en face and Buenos Tiempos, Int., and their writing has been published internationally, including in Afterall, Museum Abteiberg, frieze, How to Sleep Faster, Meanjin, How to Become a Lesbian and Jacket2. In 2012-14 Eleanor was co-director with artist Iakovos Amperidis of the art space 55 Sydenham Rd Marrickville NSW 2204 AU, as well as assistant curator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, both Sydney. In 2016 their solo exhibition 'No Private Problems' took place at M.I/mi1glissé, Berlin. Since 2018 they teach art theory and critical practice at Erg (École de recherche graphique–école supérieure des arts), and with Camilla Wills are co-director of Divided Publishing. They hold a Specialised Masters in Political Philosophy and Theory from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, and graduated from the Post-Master program at a.pass (advanced performance and scenography studies), both in Brussels.