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Rosie Morris

Rosie Morris is an artist based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Her practice is grounded in site, examining the ways in which specific spaces are viewed, thought of and experienced bodily. Through perspectival painting, architectural installations, projected light, print-making, sound, film and text, in gallery and heritage locations, she works to dismantle and reconfigure a space’s atmosphere and histories, creating a new and meditative encounter with being here and now.

Born 1986, Nottingham. Lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
BTEC Diploma Art and Design Foundation Studies, Loughborough University
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Painting, Loughborough University
MFA, Newcastle University

Selected Solo Exhibitions & Projects

Current Undutiful Spirit, BALTIC Artist Archive Residency, collaborative project with artist Harriet Sutcliffe and curator Gayle Meikle

2021 In / out / of this world, Expanded Interiors Re-Staged Commission, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
Town Hall Meeting of the Air, BALTIC 39, Newcastle, ‘Unfolding Architecture’ collaborative film made with Taryn Edmonds, included as part of the exhibition by Kate Liston and Tess Denman-Cleaver
BALTIC Open Submission, BALTIC, Gateshead, UK

2020 Artist/Mum, publication including interviews with 10 Artists who are also Mums, with additional Forward by Martina Mullaney and parallel text exploring synergies and commonalities by Fiona Larkin

2018 Walls, 36 Gallery, Newcastle, UK

2017 Notes on Navigating Space, Art Lacuna, London, UK, collaboration with Taryn Edmonds

2016 Rosie Morris: Circles are Slices of Spheres, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK, large-scale site- specific solo commission

 

COME TO DUST, Generator Projects, Dundee, UK

2015 55 Westgate Road // Dreamers, 55-57 Westgate Road, Newcastle, UK, site specific film installation with corresponding publication
Proyector International Video Art Festival, Quinta del Sordo, Madrid, Spain

2014 Monologue, 36 Lime Street Gallery, Newcastle, UK, collaboration with sound artist Sam Grant
Phase, Castle Keep, Newcastle, UK, collaboration with Sam Grant
Art, Cities & Landscape Festival, 2014, Maison de la Culture d’Amiens, Amiens, France

2013 ArtHouses, Whitley Bay Film Festival, Whitley Bay, UK

 

Collections

The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK
Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK