Museum of Brisbane

Elizabeth Willing: Sliver

  • 3 Mar - 29 Apr
  • Daily 10am - 5pm, until 7pm Fridays
  • Free
  • The Hallway

Elizabeth Willing is a Brisbane-based artist who uses food as her primary subject and material. For more than 10 years, Elizabeth has been creating edible installations, food sculptures, paintings as well as experiential dining events engaging audiences through smell, taste, sight and touch.

Elizabeth Willing: Sliver

Elizabeth Willing is a Brisbane-based artist who uses food as her primary subject and material. For more than 10 years, Elizabeth has created edible installations, food sculptures, paintings and experimental dining events which engage audiences through smell, taste, sight and touch.

In February 2020 Museum of Brisbane welcomed Elizabeth as the first Artist-in-Residence for the year. During her time working in The Studio, Elizabeth created a series of kipfler potato prints on linen and a site-specific collage installation using food images from vintage cookbooks.

Museum of Brisbane’s Artist-in-Residence program invites visual artists, designers, poets, writers, curators, musicians and performers to collaborate and respond to our dynamic exhibitions, programs and collection. The Museum’s goal is to support creatives and allow visitors to observe and engage with various creative processes.

The Artist-in-Residence program is supported by Tim Fairfax AC.


This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. 

Artist Elizabeth Willing photographed in Museum of Brisbane’s Tastes Like Sunshine exhibition, 2017. Photo: David Kelly.