Elisabeth S. Clark’s interdisciplinary art practice explores the topography of language, of time, of sound, of thought and of performance as well as our systems of classification and definitions surrounding these landscapes. Her work moves freely between disciplines — whether sculpture, installation, performance, gestures. Elisabeth S. Clark adds, removes, establishes protocols and often refers to literature, music or science. Through a slightness of touch, Elisabeth S. Clark carefully interweaves what is already ‘there’, to accentuate, isolate and question the ephemeral, integral and changing qualities of the ‘Human Being’. Such simple but provocative acts further elucidate ‘what is’. Her slight appropriations, often very playful and seemingly absurd on first glance, imbue deeper insights upon further reflection and consideration. In renegotiating familiar objects and encounters, Clark at once highlights, disrupts and questions the natural ‘order of things’. She forces one to (re)consider the scope of possibility but also solubility of her subject and material. Her search is for a ‘paper language’, a language ‘en pointillé’, for it is never de nite but always tangled in a reel of play, of change, of recycling and of renewal. This she negotiates as a practitioner, sculpturally, musically, linguistically and performatively.