Rosalind is exhibiting Baetylus (Catch a Falling Star) at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art from 30 October 2015 – 20 February 2016, as part of the Crab Walk exhibition.
Purchased on eBay by the artist in 2013, a fragment of the Chelyabinsk meteorite begins the next stage of it’s 4.5 billion year journey from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter into the hands of man, reemerging on eBay as a thing transformed. Auction ends 15 February 2016.
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Rosalind is exhibiting credo quia absurdum est/I believe it because it is absurd as part of a group exhibition of new and existing works that dramatize the liveliness of materials.
Breakin’ Up Is Hard To Do runs from 13th February – 22nd March 2015 at KARST, Plymouth.
The exhibition was initiated by Lucy MacDonald and George Vasey and has been co-curated with Ned McConnell. It will travel to the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art in Sunderland in Autumn 2015.
Rosalind has been selected by for Axisweb’s MAstars 2014 by Matthew Hearn. Read his review of sub specie aeternitatis by clicking here.
sub specie aeternitatis, a new work by Rosalind McLachlan, developed after her visits to CERN earlier this year, will be shown at the Hatton Gallery in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, as part of the Newcastle University MFA Degree Show from 23rd August – 6th September 2014. Preview 22nd August 6pm.
Following her specially curated artist’s visit to CERN in February, Rosalind McLachlan will be returning to CERN this month with funding from NICAP.
The resulting new works are to be shown at the Hatton Gallery in Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK), in August 2014.
Special thanks to NICAP, Ariane Koek and Julian Calo from arts@CERN, and Panos Charitos from the ALICE experiment.
Rosalind McLachlan has been awarded funding by the Newcastle Institute of Creative Arts Practice (NICAP) to return to CERN in May 2014.
Rosalind McLachlan has been invited to give an artist’s talk about her work as part of Northern Film and Media’s Connect/Exchange Programme, in collaboration with The NewBridge Project, Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK).
As well as discussing the work she is making in response to her residency at CERN earlier this year, Rosalind will participate in a panel talk with Remco de Blaaij (curator at CCA Glasgow), Alexia Mellor (Participatory Programmes Director at the NewBridge Project), Suzy O’Hara (curator, arts producer and project manager) and Chris Paul Daniels (artist and filmmaker).
The talks will take place on Wednesday 19th February, 6.15 – 9pm at The NewBridge Project Annex, 12 NewBridge Street West, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AW.
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Rosalind McLachlan has been selected to have her own specially curated artist’s visit at CERN through Arts@CERN, coordinated by Ariane Koek. CERN is an international organisation near Geneva whose purpose is to operate the world’s largest particle physics laboratory and highest-energy particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is expected to address some of the most fundamental questions of physics, advancing human understanding of the deepest laws of nature.
Rosalind McLachlan has been invited to work as an intern in the studio of the artist Liliane Lijn, whose work has been shortlisted for the next Fourth Plinth commission.
20 – 27 October 2013
Rosalind McLachlan has been selected to take part in Voices, an international artists’ residency based in Villefagnan in France for artists working with sound.
Hosted by Gigacircus Media Group in collaboration with the Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artist’s Association, the artists taking part in this residency will be working with field sound recordings, sound editing software and Pure Data. This is an opportunity to give artists time and space to make new work and to connect with other artists who use sound and technologies associated with it as part of their practice.
4 -12 August 2013
Rosalind McLachlan has been selected to take part in 95%, an international artists’ residency considering the 95% of the universe which is apparently out there but currently out of sight. This 95%, which is made up of 27% Dark Matter and 68% Dark Energy, remains mysterious even to physicists.
Can imagination and creativity help us make sense of the inexplicable, or create the inexplicable? Is it faith that makes us believe in the intangible and if so, how can that sit comfortably with scientific thinking? Participating artists will be exploring such questions alongside physicists from Durham University.
95% is hosted by ACA in collaboration with Migrating Art Academies.
Rosalind McLachlan has been awarded the emerging artist summer placement at Allenheads Contemporary Arts, funded by Queen’s Hall Arts, Hexham.