Rosemary Lee

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  • ISEA 2018

    • Rosemary Lee is an artist and researcher whose work investigates interrelations between technologies and processes of natural science. Their work brings together influences from media geology, hybrid ecology and posthumanism through theory-driven practice-led research. A selection of their notable exhibitions include machines will watch us die (Holden Gallery, GB, 2018), A New We (Kunsthall Trondheim, NO, 2017), Hybrid Matters (Nikolaj Kunsthal, DK, 2016), TRANSART (Dome of Visions, DK, 2015) and Artifacts (Palais des Beaux Arts, AT, 2015). Rosemary Lee is currently a PhD fellow at the IT University of Copenhagen. She has also acted as artist-researcher in residence in international contexts including the Ayatana Arist Research Residency (CA, 2017), rural.scapes – Laboratory in Residence (BR, 2016) and the transmediale Vilém Flusser Archive Residency for Artistic Research (DE, 2014).


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