LECTURERThe Crafts and Fine Art
PROJECT COORDINATORFaculty Office for Fine and Applied
About Rose Brander
Rose Borthwick (born Leeds, UK) lives and works in Gothenburg. She recently completed a masters degree in Fine art at Valand Academy where she now teaches and works with PARSE (Platform for Artistic Research in Sweden).
Interested in how we organize ourselves and each other; her work seeks to operate within an ambiguous, inter-disciplinary, subjective arena; refusing the autonomy often ascribed to canonical modernist practice and asserting that art is social.
Interested in expanded notions of artistic practice, Borthwick often collaboratively creates spaces, discussions and events. Employing a variety of formats, materials and time frames; Borthwick uses film, sound, performance and space in order to promote dialogue and experience with an audience.
In But Not
WheredoIendandyoubegin? Gothenburg International Biennale for Contemporary Art (GIBCA 2017) Exhibition site: Röda Sten Konsthall. - 2017-01-01
Let's Mobilize: What is Feminist Pedagogy?
Let’s Mobilize: What is Feminist
Rose Borthwick, Kanchan Burathoki, Mary Coble, Andreas Engman, Eva Weinmayr
● Three-day mobilization: Let’s Mobilize: What is Feminist Pedagogy took place at Valand Academy, Gothenburg University, SE 12—14 Oct 2016● Online Blog/Archive: Let’s Mobilize: What is Feminist Pedagogy: http://whatisfeministpedagogy.tumblr.com● Publication/Workbook: Let’s Mobilize: What is Feminist Pedagogy Workbook (print and online), Valand Academy Gothenburg, AND Publishing London● Krabstadt film screening (Jeuno Kim and Ewa Einhorn): A-Venue Exhibition Space, Gothenburg, SE● Participation in Exploiting Justice Symposium: Processes, Performances and Politics-a multi/ interdisciplinary symposium at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Research, University of Gothenburg, November 27, 2016 - 2016-01-01
Let’s Mobilize! Here’s what we learned: Pedagogy and Social
Eva Weinmayr, Mary Coble, Rose Borthwick
Exploiting Justice. Processes, Performances and Politics, Symposium at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Research, University of Gothenburg (27-28 November 2016) - 2016-01-01