Rose Gibbs is an artist and writer who regularly initiates and contributes to talks, symposiums and discussion groups. Her work seeks to think through feminist concerns via these different mediums and platforms. She is co-founder of a number of collaborative projects and has an on going research project looking into feminist collectives. She co-curated the exhibition Feminist Practices in Dialogue at the ICA, along side the launch of a publication she co-edited. In July 2015 she organized Women Working Collectively what is your Value? at the ICA, as part of her research and art collective The Temporary Separatists. She writes a blog for the Huffington Post, and in 2014 organized Taking Up Space – Women Only shows to reflect on the benefits of women only exhibitions. She is currently working with the KEEP IT COMPLEX collective, seeking to encourage people to get involved with everyday politics and lead a workshop for the World Transformed Conference on art and cultural policy. Recent talks have included Who’s Holding the Baby? Women’s art Collectives past and present at Tate Britain. She is currently lead artist for the peer mentoring group Labours Of Love - Art Work/Care Work at Cubitt Gallery.
Rose will be involved in the following FiLiA session:
Feminist Art: Access, Activism, and Representation (Saturday Afternoon)