Ruby Rossini

Ruby Rossini is a photographer. Her work explores the convention of boundaries, their limits and contradictions, articulated through an investigation of material, and in particular the interaction between the natural and the man-made. As one material acts upon another, a physical and conceptual displacement occurs, the original context lost, the two zones combining and becoming ‘other’.

Artworks

Put Me Where I Belong 1

Giclée print face mounted onto acrylic
60x40cm
219.00

Put Me Where I Belong 1

A photograph of a found environment.

Put Me Where I Belong 3

Giclée print face mounted onto acrylic
35x25cm
119.00

Put Me Where I Belong 3

A photograph of found objects.

Put Me Where I Belong 7

Photographic print

Put Me Where I Belong 7

A photograph of found objects. A chance encounter of disrupted nature and man-made waste create their own micro-universe.

Put Me Where I Belong 6

Photographic print

Put Me Where I Belong 6

A photograph of found objects. A chance encounter of disrupted nature and man-made waste create their own micro-universe.

Put Me Where I Belong 5

Photographic print

Put Me Where I Belong 5

A photograph of found objects. A chance encounter of disrupted nature and man-made waste create their own micro-universe.

Put Me Where I Belong 2

Photographic print

Put Me Where I Belong 2

A photograph of found objects. A chance encounter of disrupted nature and man-made waste create their own micro-universe.

Solo Exhibitions

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017 Degree Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London

2017 Spielraum, The Crypt, London

2017 Art Show, Hotel Elephant, London

2016 CAFA meets Camberwell, Seen Fifteen Gallery, London

2016 Unit, CGP, London

Other Projects

Residencies and Awards

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