Public Lecture: Rosie Isaac

Image: Rosie Isaac, Agile Lie, 2017. Photo: Lauren Dunn

Rosie Isaac is an artist and a writer. She makes performances, texts and sculptures and is particularly interested in authority, morality, language and myth. Recently her works have been made in and about a church, a library, a courtroom and a hotel.

Rosie Isaac graduated from a Bachelor Fine Art (Hons) at MADA in 2014 and undertook a year of study at the Glasgow School of Art in 2011-12. Isaac’s recent solo/collaborative exhibitions and performances include: Intestine in my eye, Next Wave Festival 2018; X minute house, with Aodhan Madden, MUMA/NETS touring exhibition Seeing Voices, 2018; Back Ward Play, Gertrude Glasshouse, 2017; AGILE LIE, West Space, Melbourne, 2017; There will be a lot of repetition here, as part of Polyphonic Social, curated by Liquid Architecture, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne, 2017; Through flooding: A silent choral reading, brainlina event for Next Wave Festival, Melbourne, 2016; No, I couldn’t agree with you more, with Briony Galligan, TCB Art Inc., Melbourne, 2015. Isaac was a studio resident at Gertrude Contemporary 2016-18.

Rosie will be giving a workshop at the High Court of Australia directly after her lecture. There are limited places available, please contact ASAP

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