Eliza Worner is an emerging artist studying third year of contemporary art practices at Byron School of Art. Born and raised in Sydney, Eliza now lives on the coast of Northern NSW (Bunjalung Country).
Her practice involves a material exploration of mark making and surfaces. The work is process driven and conceptually rich, weaving threads of her personal narrative across disciplines as she explores identity, connection and place within the context of her neurodivergence.
In 2021, Eliza exhibited in the Pause/Play exhibition at Byron School of Art and in 2022 her works showed in the Material Fetish / Site response pop-up exhibition in Mullumbimby.