Ruby Rossini’s work explores the convention of boundaries, their limits and inherent contradiction as opposing states. She does this through a conceptual and physical investigation of material interaction. Her images aim to interrogate the accepted system of representation; its failure, its bias, and its limited perspective. In Rossini’s images the organic and the man-made merge to become physical and conceptual puns. One material will act on another in such a way that they appear displaced, their original context is lost and they become other.
Rossini studied at the Fine Art Foundation at LABA, Brescia, Italy and graduated with honors from the UAL, Camberwell College of Arts, in Fine-Art Photography.
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