Originally from New Jersey, Liz Corso is a collage, mixed media and video artist currently based in Paris.
She recycles and subverts elements from our cumulative culture: usually hand-cut images from vintage magazines. As an active member in the mail art community, her work has been featured in publications such as Wipe, Circulaire 132, and Kart and she has had several shows in Paris.
With a background in art history, her work is greatly influenced by Man Ray and Hannah Hoch as well as Terry Gilliam and Jan Svankmajer. While the subtexts of some pieces touch on themes of sexism, racism, violence and isolation, her video work embraces the absurd.