Roseanne Bartley


Roseanne Bartley practices at the intersection between material culture and conceptual practice. Trained as a contemporary jeweller, she creates objects, performance and/or interactive experiences. Her processes encompass walking, collecting, observing, making, interacting, instructing and documenting.

Born in New Zealand, Roseanne completed a Master of Fine Arts at RMIT University. She is currently a PhD candidate in the School of Architecture and Design, and lectures at both RMIT University and Monash University. Roseanne has been awarded numerous grants including the Australia Council Barcelona Studio in 2004 and Australia Council New Work Grants in 2001, 2006 and 2012. Her work has been selected for national and international exhibitions, most recently Unexpected Pleasures, NGV and Design Museum, UK (2012-13); Melbourne Now, NGV (2013–14); andSuspended in Green, Vienna and Munich (2014).

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