When you are young, you are given a certain amount of space. Elizabeth Renstrom is interested in that space as a sort of personal real estate. It is when you sit at the desk in the back of the classroom and draw that really cool S symbol. Or when you plaster everything you own in Lisa Frank stickers. It is that moment, after you finish putting the last touches on your closet shrine, right before you plug the lava lamp in. It is something you made, something no adult would ever understand.
Originally from Hartford, CT, she now resides in Brooklyn. Elizabeth works to create pseudo artifacts of the disposable culture that every millennial kid grew up with. She is just like Helga Pataki.