Elsabe Dixon


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Elsabe Dixon
About the author

Elsabe Dixon works for the Glenstone Museum in MD, teaches and curates part time at GMU, and is an artist who engages in “living systems” as readymade. Born in South Africa, she has exhibited extensively throughout the United States using insects as metaphor and studio practice and lectured on using entomology systems as readymade. She recently received a Chenven Foundation grant funding an installation called the “Living Sculpture” in which she collaborated with the audience and Bombyx Mori (silk worms) to build a live public sculpture produced by worms and the agricultural system of sericulture. She received her MFA from George Mason University.