Rosalind seeks to interpret the transience and traces of human presence and absence. Beautiful and fragile her work both tempts and repels touch.
In a playful exploration of personal yet universal objects, Rosalind explores surfaces with fine line or frottage to create a drawn dimensional ghosting.
Working miniature to human life size, both her drawings and sculptures are accomplished by the repetition and assemblage of small elements. Rosalind selects the materiality associated with the body, dust, hair, bone or delicate paper as metaphor.