A rescheduled event: Rosalind Murray will present ‘Hi Water’, part of a fluid trilogy. “Hi Mountain” 2018, was created on-site with Mapping Meaning at the Taft Nicholson Environmental Humanities Centre, Montana (USA), and “Hi mountain, Hi Water” 2021, was created online with Kohl Gallery, Washington College (USA), for the exhibition Encounters and Entanglements: The Art of Mapping Meaning.
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“I had a dream. I was told to speak to the water.”
In Hi Water multi-modal artist Rosalind Murray will absorb you into the flow of her studio to hold conversations with water.
Hi Water invites you into the plasticity of Ros’s creative material to connect psychological, musical, geographic, temporal, magical, advocacy and art making sites in Ireland, America, Portugal, Italy and England.
Hi Water is part three and a half of a fluid trilogy, following Hi Water (2023) with CMT Aberystwyth University in May this year, “Hi mountain, Hi Water” (2021) created online with Kohl Gallery, Washington College (USA) for the exhibition Encounters and Entanglements: The Art of Mapping Meaning, and “Hi Mountain” (2018) created on-site with Mapping Meaning at the Taft Nicholson Environmental Humanities Centre, Montana (USA).
Rosalind Murray is a multi-modal artist, curator, educator and advocate. An alumna of Rhode Island School of Design (MFA Painting), NCAD (BDes), Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, and the Cooper Union Residency, she has exhibited and performed at venues in Ireland, the USA, Northern Ireland, the UK, Italy and Norway.
Ros often shares her studio live while composing and performing images and stories in unexpected places (urban, rural, online) including with The Bowlby International Memorial [psychology] Conference (UK), The Cambridge Arts Council (USA), The Pari Centre (IT) with physicist David Peat, Mapping Meaning (USA) and Kohl Gallery Washington College.
A founding member of the artist collaboration C-BUG who won protection of the River Barrow Special Area of Conservation through the Irish Planning Process, they presented ‘Don’t Pave Paradise’ at New Movements in Walking (2019), Plymouth University (UK), and in Mapping Meaning, the Journal, #4 (2020), Life After the Anthropocene: Envisioning the Futures of the World.
Ros is a Director to the Board and curates for Carlow Art Collection, and she is a Belfast Exposed Future Curators Awardee 23-24 (NI).