“There are seams in purgatory,” explores the tension of betweenness as a state of both fullness and flux.
Tag: Rosabel Rosalind
Rosalind exhibits three drawings in ” A Fence Around The Torah: Safety And Unsafety In Jewish Life.”
“Hazard Pay” is on view at UnSmoke Art Systems in Braddock, PA, September 4-26.
Rosalind’s series “How to Eat Like a Jew” transforms her own cultural traditions by recontextualizing anti-Semitic conspiracies into instructional recipes.
Here’s how MFA students used their “On the Ground” grants to futher their artmaking this semester.
Rosabel Rosalind creates images across a variety of media that mythologize autobiographical and historical narratives and collapse anthropocentric and white-supremacist hierarchies of power into a sublime fiction, reflecting her identity as a valley girl, a Funny Girl, and a nice Jewish girl.