The Patch

Praxis Artspace 5–27 MAY 2022 This body of work is developed from the Bush for Life site in the Park Lands Project. I would like to credit the Park Lands Project team: Jacqui Hunter Hunter Gatherings, Jill Woodlands Nature Conservation Council of SA and Nature Festival, Paul Gazzola from OSCA (Open Space Contemporary Arts) and Natasha Davis Trees for Life. The Patch is a […]

Neoteric

https://rosinapossingham.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Neoteric-wave-small.mp4 1 March – 10 April 2022North Eastern ConcourseAdelaide Railway Station Neoteric is a declaration of the importance of artists. During times of insecurity, we turn to art to get us through. Neoteric is an exhibition and an advocation, affirming the talent of 20 mid-career artists, 20 writers. The exhibition presents new works, exploring, embodying […]

Park Lands Project

Jacqui Hunter Hunter Gatherings, Jill Woodlands Nature Conservation Council of SA and Nature Festival, Paul Gazzola from OSCA (Open Space Contemporary Arts) and Natasha Davis Trees for Life.   The PARK LANDS PROJECT was a free one-day family friendly art, music and citizen science meets nature festival, located in Tuthangga / Park 17 on the […]

Ground Cover

A collaboration with Brianna Speight.   Ground Cover is a new photo project which looks at how we engage with our natural surroundings, with the position to celebrate people in our community making positive climate actions. These photographs engage with portraiture, photomontage, varied photo applications (cyanotype, hyperspectral, drone imagery) and playful staging techniques to share stories. […]

Harbingers: care or catastrophe

HARBINGERS: Care or Catastrophe is the inaugural exhibition outcome of the Country Arts SA SPUR: Regional Curatorial Mentorship initiative. The exhibition brings together five diverse contemporary artists with strong connections to regional South Australia, whose practices draw attention to our inherent interconnectedness with the natural world and the complexities of humankind’s influences on our environments. […]

ZINC

A collaboration with Brianna Speight. Supported by Arts South Australia.   During a three-month residency at Sauerbier House Rosina Possingham and Brianna Speight collaboratively developed ZINC. Responding to the surroundings of the residency, the project explores feelings associated with extreme heat, beach safety and recreation while re-imagining throwaway beach paraphernalia, warning labels and extreme heat within […]

MOD.

Australia’s leading future-focussed museum, provoking new ideas at the intersection of science, art and innovation. mod.org.au North Terrace, adjacent to the Morphett Street Bridge, Adelaide, South Australia. Previous Next https://rosinapossingham.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Hedonism-website-compressed.mp4 Previous Next Previous Next https://rosinapossingham.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Mod-Website-Landing-Page-Loop.m4v Previous Next