Eloise Fornieles is a performance artist currently represented by London’s Paradise Row gallery. Incorporating such elements as striking installations, video, dance, and photography into her performances, Fornieles is known for creating surreal worlds and pushing the body to its physical and mental limits. Her work draws inspiration from old world masters, including performance interpretations of works by such artists as Manet and Stravinsky.
Fornieles’ work frequently explores such themes as intimate relationships, human interactions, and loss. As an animal rights activist, her performances have explored the relationship between humans and animals, inspiring critiques of the fashion and food industries.
Eloise Fornieles received her Master of Fine Arts from London’s Slade School of Fine Art, and is a graduate of Kingston University. Her solo exhibitions have been featured at London’s Paradise Row, The Wallis Gallery, and Paris’ Nuke Gallery.