Elizabeth Ann Day is a contemporary artist from Fife. Currently based in Dundee, Day graduated with First Class Honours from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2018, receiving a place on the university’s 2018-19 Graduate Residency programme.

Within her practice she aims to understand and analyse the fads of certain time periods. In the past this interest has led to  works about pop star memorabilia and collectible plates. With Day’s new work she has been investigating sticker albums (such as those produced by PANINI) and the amount of time and money we spend on these in an attempt to complete them.

Day has been working with artist run initiative GENERATORprojects as a committee member since June 2018 and was recently promoted to Co-chairperson. The organisations team highlights the importance of grass roots activity and its imperative role in sustaining and developing the careers of emerging artists by curating exhibitions and events that hold cultural significance to the city of Dundee.

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