Michelle Rosenberg
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Michelle Rosenberg

born in Manchester, United Kingdom
lives and works in New York, NY


2012 Hunter College, New York, NY, M.F.A. in Combined Media
2008 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
1996 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, B.F.A. & B. Arch. in Architecture

Selected Exhibitions

“SP Weather Station (Special Preview)”, Flux Factory, Queens, NY
“Work in Progress”, Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, UK

“Helicopter Seed & Ice Cream Stick”, Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, London, UK (solo exhibition)
“(the Missing Library)”, Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY, organized by Annie Shaw
“Selections from the Cultural Corridor VI”, Down Street Arts, North Adams, MA
“Selections from the Cultural Corridor VI”, Storefront Artist Project, Pittsfield, MA
"You Are Here: Projects in (de)Tourism", Hunter College Times Square Gallery, New York, NY

“Non-Cochlear Sound”, Diapason Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Seth Kim-Cohen
"Your Third Eye is a Dictator", Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn, NY
"Hell No", Convent of St. Cecilia, Brooklyn, NY, Curated by David Fierman & RJ Supa
"Material and de Structure", Poissant Gallery, Houston, TX, Curated by Zoya Tommy
“You're Doing It Wrong: Creative Musical Misuse”, 92YTribeca, New York, NY

Open Studios, Triangle Arts International Residency Program, Dumbo Art Under the
Bridge Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Parker’s Box Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
"Synthetic Zero", Bronx Art Space, Bronx, NY, curated by Mitsu Hadeishi

"Outdoor Lounge", Artscape, Baltimore, MD, curated by Micheal Benevento
(temporary public art installation)
"Outdoor Lounge Satellite", Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD
"Human Resources", Out Of Site exhibition series, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council,
New York, NY, curated by Sara Reisman
Open Studios, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY

"Campfire Sounds", Wave Farm, Free103point9 Transmission Arts, Acre, NY

Dean Street Projects, Brooklyn, NY
"Silence", Gigantic Art Space, New York, NY, curated by Dylan Gauthier and Galen
Joseph Hunter

"Peekskill Project", Peekskill, NY
(temporary public art installation)
"Atlas of the Unknown", Small a Projects, Portland, OR, curated by Tina Kukielski
"Michelle Rosenberg and Federico Muelas", PS122, New York, NY (two person show)
"Sculpture at Evergreen", Evergreen House Museum of Johns Hopkins University,
Baltimore, MD, curated by Julie Courtney (temporary public art installation)
Observatori Festival, Valencia, Spain
Scope: New York, New York, NY

"Float", Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY, curated by Sara Reisman

"Art/+><work", Ignivimous Project Space, New York, NY
"Synthetic Zero", Bronx Art Space, Bronx, NY, curated by Mitsu Hadeishi

"Critical Mass", Marygrove College Art Gallery, Detroit, MI

"This Thing We Do", Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL, curated by Scott Speh

"La Superette" Participant Inc. & Deitch Projects, New York, NY
"Campsite", University Settlement Arts, Beacon, NY, (
temporary public art installation)
Spaceworks Gallery, New York, NY
"Exit Biennial", Exit Art, New York, NY, curated by Jeanette Ingberman & Papo Colo

Commissions / Residencies / Awards

Recipient of William Graf Travel Grant
Commission for permanent installation, private residence, Brooklyn, NY

Resident Artist,Triangle Arts International Residency, Brooklyn, NY

Panel Discussion Participant, Apex Art, New York, NY, January 28

Resident Artist, Apex Art, Outbound Residency, Athens, Greece

Juror, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY
Visiting Artist, University Of Western Macedonia, Florina, Greece
Lila Wallace RD Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, ME

Resident Artist, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY

Awarded commission for permanent public art installation, Redmond, WA

Transmission Artist with Free103point9 Transmission Arts

Featured Artist of the Month, Artist(web)space, Artist Space, New York, NY

Resident Artist, Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

Awarded commission for temporary public art installation, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, OR

Publications / Bibliography

Joseph-Hunter, Galen. Transmission Arts; Artists and Airwaves. PAJ Publications, New York, NY, 2011

"Ring in the New", Radio Action III, Free103point9 Audio Dispatch 034, sound recording, collaboration with Howard Huang and LoVid

Flanigan, Leslie. “Essay: Headphone Space.” blog post, March 3, 2007

Baker, Alyson and Ivana Mestrovic, ed. Socrates Sculpture Park, Yale University Press,New Haven, CT, 2006

Rienzi, Greg.“When Artists’ Visions Come to Life.” Johns Hopkins Gazette, May 1,
Braiker, Brian.“When Art and Science Collide.” New York Times, Jan 17, 2006
Buckwalter, Melinda. “Michelle Rosenberg - Web Special Focus.” Contact Quarterly,
Vol.31 No.1, Winter/Spring, 2006
Sculpture at Evergreen, Evergreen House Museum of Johns Hopkins University,
Baltimore, MD, , exhibition catalogue
Observatori Festival, Valencia, Spain, exhibition catalogue
Scope: New York, New York, New York, exhibition catalogue

Ford, E. James. “Dynamic Headphones.” Fractured Atlas Quarterly Newsletter, Vol.2 No.1, Spring, 2005

Shapiro, Gary. “Electronic Response.” The New York Sun, January 7, 2005
Moody, Tom, “ART@><*WORK.” www.digitalmediatree.com, blog post, June 1, 2005

Debatty, Regine. “Sound Dispensers.” www.we-make-money-not-art.com, blog post, December 2, 2004

Miller, Wendy, ed.. Here and Gone; Compilation of Temporary Projects Commissioned by the Regional Arts and Culture Council. RACC, Portland, OR

Raymond Camilla “Symbols and Meaning Kick-start Martial Arts Studio” The Oregonian, February 18, 2000