Elizabeth Schiffler is a filmmaker, puppeteer, and scenic designer. Her work stems from her research in comparative mythology, post-humanism, and feminism. She focuses on exploring human and non-human relationships with the natural world through experimental narrative work. Along with participating in the Artist Support Program at Jack Straw, she is currently the Artist-in-Residence at the Pacific Science Center.
Artist Support Program 2018: Create a sonic landscape for A Hungry Shell (seeks champagne), a live puppetry performance including a giant mollusk puppet that towers through space searching for champagne.