David Rosetzky: Artist Talk

Monday 25 November 2013 18.00 – 19.30

Artist Talk by David Rosetzky

David Rosetzky is a Melbourne-based artist with an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to art making. Often working with practitioners from the fields of theatre, dance, film and sound – he creates videos, installations and photographic works in which identity is intimately observed. With an extensive exhibition history both in Australia and overseas, Rosetzky’s ‘Portrait of Cate Blanchett’ (2008) was exhibited in The Third ICP Triennial of Photography and Video at the International Centre for Photography in New York. In 2005 he was awarded the Anne Landa Award for the Moving Image. Recent solo projects include ‘How to Feel’ exhibited at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (2011) and the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art (2012).

Rosetzky was the autumn 2013 Resident Artist at the The Monash University Prato Centre (MUPC) as part of its Visual Residency Program, a collaborative initiative between the MUPC and the Monash Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (MADA), which highlights Monash University’s commitment to contemporary art, design and architecture and to building an international profile in creative practice and research.

Please click here to read more about David’s residency at Monash, or click here to see his website.