Listen to artist Rosana Antolí talk about her site-specific installation Chaos Dancing Cosmos in the St Albans Museum + Gallery. She discusses her practice and thought-processes behind the work.
UH Arts in partnership with St Albans Museum + Gallery is thrilled to present artist Rosana Antolí's stunning installation, Chaos Dancing Cosmos. The remarkable artwork uses around 2 km of rubber and copper piping, and pervades the Museum + Gallery’s historic Assembly Room like a pulsating three-dimensional drawing. Small motors bestow movement upon the static tubing – creating a human characteristic to an inanimate object.
Rosana Antolí (born 1981) is a Spanish-born, London-based artist. She graduated with an MA in Performance (Department of Sculpture) from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2015. She has received numerous grants and awards, such as Royal British Society of Sculptors Award (2015) and Gasworks’ International Fellowships (2015). Antolí has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally, most recently at Lehmann + Silva Gallery, Portugal, Tate Modern, London, Centre Pompidou, Spain, The RYDER Projects, London, and Joan Miró Foundation, Spain. Rosana Antolí is represented by The RYDER Projects, Madrid. www.rosanaantoli.com / @rosanaantoli