PhD Candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture
Elisheva is an artist, exhibiting internationally. After receiving her MFA from Yale University School of Art (Sculpture department), Elisheva studied civil engineering. She has extensive experience as a teacher, teaching fine art and Architecture design studio for almost a decade at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. At Weitzman School, Elisheva has begun her PhD studies focusing on the study of domestic settings which present a radical break from the ones existing under the reign of capitalism. Investigating a variety of historical and contemporary sources, spanning from the indigenous to utopian, Elisheva's research aims to elucidate her notion of “monogamous architecture,” and offer analysis from which to imagine its alternative.