Born in Montreal, Eli Langer lived and worked in New Orleans, San Francisco, and Los Angeles before settling in Toronto in 2015. As an independent art student, he joined artist enclaves and communities in Europe such as Berlin, Germany, Aix-en-Provence, France and Skagen, Denmark. Langer’s artmaking practice begins with drawing and presently extends through various mediums and materials, including to photography, video, multi and mixed-media installations, sculpture, textiles, garment design and fabrication, furniture making and design. He also writes on painting and art, has taught painting in the graduate program at UCLA and has exhibited internationally. His artwork has been exhibited at Daniel Hug Gallery, Los Angeles; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Cardi Black Box, Milan, Italy; Platform Gallery, London, UK; The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver and Mercer Union, Toronto. His drawings have been frequently published by Semiotexte Press, Los Angeles and were included in a limited edition for the 2014 Whitney Biennial, New York, NY.