Elinor Rowlands is an artist specialising in phantasmagorical layered films, performances and soundscapes to engage, inspire and mesmerise audiences of all ages and experiences. She believes her neurodivergent experience holds power and magic. Her work explores this power and sense of being through an autistic and ADHD lens. Autism exists in her work intentionally, without being overtly placed at its centre.
Elinor is also the founder the arts collective Magical Women, a neurodivergent-led organisation where neurodivergent women artists can gather in relaxed and empowering spaces to make art.