Elisa Razak is a printmaker, graphic designer, and recent graduate of the University of Tennessee. According to her website, Elisa loves challenging herself, making honest work, and working on community driven design projects. You can find out more and view her work on her website or her instagram.
Expressing one’s identity is a process, conscious or not, to “define the undefinable.” The work I make is intended to do the same. I am fascinated by the complex intersections of race, gender, and sexuality that constitute one’s identity. I draw inspiration from my own cultural identity and Malaysian heritage. In creating this work, I confront and dissect my strained relationship between the space I currently inhabit and the memory of my home in Malaysia.