Elisa Kay is a curator living in Bristol. She is currently working with Somerset House, London as Research Curator. Prior to this she was Curator at Spike Island in Bristol, where she worked on exhibitions with artists including Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Roman Štětina and Sriwhana Spong, as well as Spike Island's public and artists' programmes. In 2008 she was the founder Director/Curator of Flat Time House Institute, the former home and studio of the artist John Latham. Here, over four years, she established a programme of exhibitions, events and research exploring the artist’s practice, his theoretical ideas and their continued relevance. Over the years, she has contributed texts to catalogues by artists including John Latham and Laure Prouvost and she has curated exhibitions at Lisson Gallery, Chelsea Space and Nottingham Castle Museum, where she was Contemporary Art Society Centenary Fellow. She is a member of the Bristol collective BEEF (Bristol Experimental and Expanded Film) and is currently expanding her ways of being a curator by writing more.