Elizabeth Cardozo-Richards (Lizzie Cardozo) was born (b.1995) in London. After completing training at London Studio Centre in 2015 she continued to pursue a career in the arts where she could express through her body and more. Elizabeth was awarded a BA in Fine Art at the University of Hertfordshire in 2018 and is currently studying MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts University of the Arts London. Elizabeth’s practice has been influenced by growing up in a semi-rural North London area, landscape and nature has always been an important component to her practice and the materials used. Elizabeth uses a wide range of found utilitarian materials which is influenced by her part-time work at Waitrose, she then explores these motifs through sculpture, installation and performance. Her most recent works are looking at the effects of the lockdown, specifically the domestic space being in a constant state of flux between “art” and living and how these two worlds have now become one. Elizabeth works and exhibits in London. Elizabeth is taking part in the upcoming event The Green House at Central St Martins supporting world Earth Day, speaking about her recent residency at Domain de Boisbuchet in 2022.