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Rosanne Robertson is an artist working with performance, sculpture, assemblage and sound she explores tensions, anxieties and relationships between body, object and environment. Human psychology implicated in improvisation and assemblage underpins works anthropomorphic in appearance as an exploration into the unconscious given form.

Otherness, Queerness, disruption and the construction of self are main concerns explored via the body in opposition to inhumane dominant structures.

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yorkshire sculpture international Associate artist programme blog

As a selected artist for the Yorkshire Sculpture International Associate Artist programme January- September 2019 I will keep a blog here on my website- documenting my processes, research and development during the project.

Yorkshire Sculpture International is a festival of sculpture across Leeds and Wakefield with exhibitions and events at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Art Gallery, The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

My mentor institution is The Hepworth Wakefield and I have given myself the holes of Barbara Hepworth’s sculptures as a starting point to explore sexuality and stone leading on from my ‘Pissing’ series (above).

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review by sara jaspan for fourdrinier journal

These drawings are not about bodies, but about the complex, messy, fluctuating experience of inhabiting one. The inextricable, if often down-played relationship between the psyche and the soma.