Elisa Baldissera was born in 1984 in Turin, in north west of Italy, where she actually lives.
She graduated at the Albertine Academy of Fine Arts with 110 cum laude, specialization in graphics art .
Since 2012 she is part of the artistic duo EBLTZ, with which she obtained numerous international awards and participated in several contemporary art fairs.
She teaches courses about screenprinting and graphic design.
Her works are contaminated by different techniques: from experimental engraving, to painting with acrylic on acetate sheets, assembled and recycled objects, photographs destroyed by solvents, organic elements incorporated in illuminated resins.
Petroleum - contemporary landscapes.
Petroleum is a series of experimental calcographic prints: the matrix is not made of zinc or copper, I use acetate sheets on which I apply voluminous colours (normally used for glass decoration); volumes created allow the ink to penetrate and be transferred to the paper. In this way, I do not use acids to dig the matrix. I "frame" the prints inside tuna can and I assemble them with other objects like binoculars, tubes, lens, rocks and much more. I want to represent imaginary horizons of an uncertain future where black oil traps everything it touches.
In all my production the relationship man/nature and its evolution over time comes back under various form.