Elizabeth Dorbad is a visual artist based out of San Francisco, California. Her work exhibits in museums and galleries internationally and has been included in the dOCUMENTA(13), Memphis Social curated by Apexart NY, Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum, Torrance Art Museum, Palm Springs Art Museum and Museo de Lázaro Cárdenas in México. Her practice utilizes methods broadly ranging from bronze casting, photography, film, performance, architectural intervention, installation and social action. Current projects include Itinerant Architectures, an on-going site-specific series that has had iterations in Memphis, Baltimore, San Francisco, Oakland, Badger, Berlin, Kassel, New York and Los Angeles. In 2015, she founded Orations, a nonprofit visual arts project working for the advancement of civil rights and social justice. Her most recent work explores the use of drone technology and is included in the exhibition Zones of Representation: Photographing Contested Landscapes at the San Francisco Camerawork. Dorbad is a visiting critic at the University of California Berkeley. She is represented by Unspeakable Projects in New York.