A group installation made in collaboration with Amy Denton, Jacqui Newey and Janine Tambo.
This temporary installation created the impression of a rich archaeological dig, now abandoned and eventually overgrown. The clay vessels collected rainwater as a reminder of the original purpose of the moat, the vibrant colours and shapes recalling the prosperous Abbey of Bec and Manorial Court that operated on the site from the 14th Century up until the early 20th Century. Our project title plays with the idea that members of the local community created vessels from clay and they were incorporated as creative 'thithes' for our own trespassing, as artists, on the land. In collaboration with Emily Orley and Constantine Gras.
A spatial drawing that questioned the performative nature of maps. Elinor considered an encounter with a place she had not visited through using the visual language of her own immediate surroundings to create a series of new lines and spaces, a new map of somewhere only imagined.
A place specific installation made with Emily Orley, with a soundscape created in collaboration with Tim Dutton. The installation is directly inspired by the colourful history of the London Bridge area and George Orwell's 1933 book 'Down and Out in Paris and London.
An immerse installation created in collaboration with Emily Orley, inspired by the history of the site of the Camden People's Theatre. It involved five hundred found objects, suspended, whitened, scattered across the space. Suspended as if by water. Whitened as if petrified over time, washed-out by age. by use, by neglect, by forgetting. Colourless litter, archaeological remains a constellation of accumulated history. Sound by Tim Dutton.
Photographs of a small-scale site-specific installation exploring the history of the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. Commissioned by and exhibited at Execution Ltd. In collaboration with Emily Orley
Photographs of a small scale site-specific installation exploring the history of the Pleasance Theatre, London. Exhibited on site in collaboration with Emily Orley.
Photographs of a small scale site-specific installation exploring the history of Mayfair Library, London. Exhibited on site in collaboration with Emily Orley.
An immersive installation at the Hoxton Distillery, documenting the checkered history of the street, which has been home to poor housing, lunatic asylums, saloon theatres and political dissident groups. In collaboration with Emily Orley
Elinor created a series of installations exploring a classroom as part of her MA studies at Wimbledon School of Art in 2004.