Elvia Wilk (b. 1989) is an American-born writer living in Berlin. She writes both critical texts and poetry at the intersection of art, architecture, and technology. Currently an editor at the magazine uncube, she also contributes to publications including Frieze d/e, The Architectural Review, Domus web, Flash Art, Art in America, Lemonhound, and Cluster Mag. Her poetry has been published and and exhibited on various international platforms, including at Center Gallery, Galeria Kamm, L’Atelier KSR, W139, Sur le Montagne, IFCA Athens, ELO Paris, and in Spring Gun Press, Marco Polo, and Rio Grande Review. She is author of a chapbook in collaboration with Shane Anderson, STALL, from KTBAFC Press.
During her HIAP residency, she will work on novella about the relationship between networked communication and physical conceptions of time. Experience-based research for this text will begin during a residency the preceding month on Rabbit Island in Lake Superior, USA, which entails a month of total isolation.