Elizabeth Milton is a performance and media artist who lives and works on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations in Vancouver, Canada. Her video and photo-based works utilize absurdist character play to explore hyperbolic expressivity, comedic excess, and processes of endurance. Milton holds an MFA in Studio Art from the University of British Columbia and a BFA in Visual Art from Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. Recent exhibitions include Pink Waves, De Construkt Projects, Brooklyn; Dynasty Handbag’s Weirdo Night, Los Angles; Feathers, Ether, Sand, Speech, Access Gallery, Vancouver; Punching a Pillow Until the Sun Rises, Nuit Blanche, Toronto; Love and Rockets, VIVO Media Arts, Vancouver; High Kicks into the Light Forever and Ever and Ever, grunt gallery, Vancouver; and Soft, Altes Finanzamt, Berlin. Elizabeth is a faculty member in the Fine Art Department at Langara College, Vancouver, where she instructs courses in Media and Performance.