Anika Todd is a site-based sculptor/media artist who investigates landscape and ownership through acts of trespass.
Elisa was born to a Communist father from El Salvador who wouldn’t let her say the Pledge of Allegiance and a Westchester school teacher who admonished her for putting her elbows on the table; yet they both delighted in her dream of becoming a ballerina and nurtured in her a love of bridges, kaleidoscopes, and saltwater taffy. She’s never been sky diving or performed at Carnegie Hall, but looks forward to the experience. Someday she will eradicate all bathtub tile scum with an ultrasonic scumgun.
At Flux Factory, Elisa looks forward to channeling her creative energy into something that thrills and delights.