Elizabeth Dorbad is a sculptor/installation artist based out of San Francisco who exhibits and serves as an artist-in-residence internationally. She has had recent solo exhibitions at Unspeakable Projects and the G11 Galerie Berlin, in addition to inclusion in dOCUMENTA(13), Memphis Social, Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum and Smack Mellon Gallery in Brooklyn. She practices in what has been termed the expanded field of sculpture, utilizing methods ranging from bronze casting, film/videography, photography, performance, social actions, architectural intervention and theatrical installation. There are two primary underlying investigations that run through her work: contemporary human definitions of the wild and wilderness and notions of itinerancy. Current projects include Possession: Wilderness in the Body and Itinerant Architectures, an on-going site-specific installation series that has had iterations in Memphis, Tennessee; in San Francisco, Oakland and Badger, California; and in the cities of Berlin and Kassel in Germany. Dorbad is represented by Unspeakable Projects in San Francisco.