Caroline Rothwell MRSS
Born in Hull, Caroline Rothwell studied at the University of Arts London in the 1990's and is based between Sydney and London.
Rothwell uses a range of media and translates them into objects via a series of unconventional processes: molten metal is cast into fabric waste-moulds; PVC is cut into large paintings; nylon is sewn and inflated to create anthropomorphic monuments; car exhaust emission becomes paint. She creates a fictional world, imagined but seemingly logical - exploring the unintended consequences of human activity.
Recent projects include: Ex Situ, VerghisArt, London (2018); Telescoping, Chelsea Arts Club, London (2018); The Lady and the Unicorn, Art Gallery of New South Wales (2018); inSPIRACJE 2017 International Arts Festival, Poland; Antipodes: cut apart at Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK (2016); Frágil, XIII Biennale of Cuenca, Ecuador (2016); Composer, wind turbine/ sculpture commission for Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (2016); Habit, Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia (2015), Dark Heart: 2014 Biennial of Australian Art at Art Gallery of South Australia; Urpflanze Street Plants, Museum of Economic Botany (2014); OMI International Arts Centre residency, New York (2014); Dispersed at The Economist Plaza, London commissioned by Contemporary Art Society.