Eli deVries is an interdisciplinary artist working in the Twin Cities. Her work examines the experience of white womanhood, memory and loss through familiar and domestic objects through installation and imagery. Her practice is informed by an archive of family photographs that focuses on a response to her memory, or lack thereof, of her childhood home, and other applicable and nostalgic domestic settings in suburban or rural America. Recent work has incorporated found archived footage of family life, food consumption and queerness, among other themes, from mid-century America that are projected onto a variety of objects, such as scale-models and a white picket fence.