Elizabeth Mackie is an interdisciplinary artist working in installations, sculpture, photography, video, sound, and book arts. Her works addresses issues of the interface between science and art, the interpretations of stories and images transformed and recontextualized.
She has awarded fellowships including, 2012 Individual Artist Fellowship in Photography, New Jersey State Council on the Arts; numerous residency awards from Women's Studio Workshop; Center for New Media, Frankfurt, Germany; Mid-Atlantic Regional Media Arts Fellowship; Center for Technology Studies, NJ Institute of Technology; and Mid-Atlantic Media Artist Fellowship. She received grants from Geraldine R Dodge Foundation; National Science Foundation; two awards from Philadelphia Sculptors; and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Elizabeth's independent video productions have been screened internationally, broadcast nationally and purchased by WHYY, Philadelphia. Her productions have received awards from The 10th Annual Philadelphia International Film and Video Festival; Dance on Camera, NYC; Women in the Directors Chair, Chicago; International Film and TV festival of NY, TV Programs; and Herland III Film and Video Festival, NY.
Elizabeth has exhibited her work in various institutions throughout the United States and abroad, including Australia, England, Canada and Germany. Recent exhibitions include: IAPMA (The International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists), Complesso San Benedetto, the Museum of Paper and Watermark, Fabriano, Italy; Personal Histories- International Artist Book Exhibition, Redland Museum, Australia; WARP AND WOOF, Solo, Nexxt Gallery, NJ; Catagenesis, Globe Dye Works, Philadelphia; Sculptural and Artist Books, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia;Global Warming at the Icebox, Crane Arts Building, Philadelphia; Art in the Open, Philadelphia; Women's Work, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY; Sculpture, PPG Wintergarden, Pittsburgh; and State of the Art, A Mid-Atlantic Overview, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA. She was just published in Paper Art, 261 International Artists, IAPMA, Germany and 500 Paper Objects, Lark/Sterling publishers.