Rosie Reed Gold is interested in the landscape of the psychological; her work inhabits the margins bridging the conscious and subconscious, where the waking mind may catch a fleeting glimpse of the shadow self to engage in a dialogue, frequently without words - the moment where integration is possible.
Dedicated to asking questions about the notion of ‘self’ and ‘other’ and the dynamic between the two, she explores how living beings share time/space, physical mirroring and interactions.
Heavily influenced by her background in studying Philosophy and English at Cardiff University, she seeks to investigate the distance between thought and action, environment and behaviour, inquiry and understanding.
about me // about you // about everyone // about the humdrum // about time // about not toeing the line // about the rising of the light // about hindsight // about face // about relative space // about now and then // about when // about lighting the fire, or putting it out // about surviving without // about self deception // about contradiction // about to realise // about unintentional disguise // about turn // about to learn
- Perspicua at Pembroke JCR Art Gallery, Oxford - April 2018
- Space To Be Someone Else + Assemblage at '/*con -' exhibition, Min-Ex, London - March 2018
- Perspicua at eLuminate, Cambridge - February 2018
- Lux Obscura at Ushaw College, Durham UK - August 2017
- Horizons in group show 'In Transit' at The Old Parcels Office, Scarborough 17th February - 17th March 2017
- Murmuration of Folk at Cecil Sharp House Retrospective 15 June - 2 October 2016
- Murmuration of Folk (Solo Show) at Cecil Sharp House, London, UK – June – August 2015
- The Other Art Fair – Victoria House, UK – April 2015
Still Is Still Moving in group exhibition ‘Structures’ in Seydisfjordur, Iceland - August 2014
Wood For The Trees - Taylor St Baristas Canary Wharf, London, UK - Feb 2014
Assemblage - A series of drawings exploring what Deleuze names an 'image of thought' that apprehends multiplicities.
Attendant - An installation piece inspired by Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting For Godot’ to create an immersive atmosphere of being in limbo, depicting the physical weight, landscape and scale of waiting. Using repetitive writing, pieces include durational 2D drawings, video and sound.
Anemone at Sea - a series of mono prints using watercolour preserving memories of the present at the same time they are created.