Eleanor Ivory Weber
Eleanor Ivory Weber is a writer and artist living in Brussels. She presents her work internationally in exhibitions, performances, publications and as part of festivals. Recent highlights include 'On and Off the Grid' at Kunstverein München, 'Supply and Supply' at Maison Pelgrims, Q-O2's Mayday Radio Marathon, 'Word without return' (w/ camille gérenton) at ISELP, 'Aftertaste' at Établissement d’en face, 'Christine Villemin' at Buenos Tiempos, Int. and 'No Private Problems' at M.I/mi1glissé. Her writing has been published in Afterall, frieze, How to Sleep Faster, Meanjin, How to Become a Lesbian, This Container, Jacket2, SALT. magazine, Dissect, and for catalogues published by Museum Abteiberg, Julia Stoschek Collection, Bâtard Festival and Art Gallery of New South Wales. Since 2018 she teaches art theory and critical practice at Erg (École de recherche graphique–école supérieure des arts), and is co-director (w/ Camilla Wills) of Divided Publishing. Eleanor holds 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.