That's not how blocks work in Gutenberg. Your block code runs entirely in the block editor, and returns 2 things:
- Components to display in the editor UI
- Components that when rendered produce HTML that gets saved to the database
That second one is the key part here, the final product is just a string of HTML.
So, if you want to use React in the frontend with your block, you have to implement it yourself, the same way you would if you wanted to use React in a shortcodes implementation. The content is just content, Gutenberg doesn't mean that the frontend pulls in pieces of React code, it's still just static HTML the same as before.
That'd mean saving an entry point to the react implementation of the block, along with all the attributes needed to pass in as props, a mini react application to hydrate/create the block, and some code to bootstrap it by searching for those entry points and spinning up the React components with that initial
There are API tools you can use when registering a block to make sure that your blocks frontend JS assets are loaded at the appropriate time, and that would make a good question to ask on the site as a follow up.
TLDR: A blocks JS in the editor, and the frontend have no connection other than the HTML string that gets saved in the database
If you did want to build a React implementation for your block on the frontend, and want to use the wp element library, you'll need to declare that library as a dependency when enqueing the script