Rosie Carr works in film, text and performance, using the craft of storytelling and the deployment of psychedelic imagery and sound.
Her work often considers the nuances that technological developments have brought to our relationship with the (apparently) inanimate world around us. Her current research focuses on political resistance via modes of fantasy and speculative fiction in domestic spaces.
She completed her MA at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2017 and was an associate artist at Open School East in Margate, Kent in 2019. Exhibitions and screenings include The Whitstable Biennale; MIRA at Art Rio, and Selected VII. Rosie is a member of Potato Band, a collaborative sound and performance project with artist Natalie Kynigopoulou.
Video: Rosie Carr, The Photocopier who fell in love with me (2016)