Elinor Henry (She/her) is a visual artist who is currently studying art & design at postgraduate university the Royal College of Art.
Prior to pursuing art full time, she spent nine years mostly abroad forging a career in communication, design and behavioural change first in Australia, then Singapore.
Almost three of these years were spent at Google working on programmes to shape employee culture.
Elinor is predominantly interested in freedom in relation to the LGBTQIA+ community, global women's rights, architecture and ecology. She investigates the landscape of the feminine form and ownership of oneself as a woman. Drawing on personal stories, I explore connections between a woman’s experience in society including bodily autonomy, human sexuality, and forms amongst urban and natural settings.