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Moving Water

The original, devised theater production Moving Water was premiered by Serious Play Ensemble Theatre this July in Northampton, MA. I served as dramaturg, offering resources, research and different points of view about water to the ensemble.…

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London Biennale

Art History, made of intertwined rawhide and copper tubing, was exhibited at the London Biennale June 30-July 4. https://www.londonbiennale.co.uk

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Drawing Discourse

One of my drawings from the past year is in the catalogue and an online exhibition: Drawing Discourse at University of North Carolina Ashville, Jan. 22, 2021: https://aah.unca.edu/exhibitions/drawing-discourse/12th-annual

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Dharma and Art: A Whole Life Path

I'm team-teaching a course for artists who are also Dharma practitioners, exploring our lives as artists as informed by Dharma teachings: Dharma and Art: A Whole Life Path, an online course with Gregory Kramer, Sherre…

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The Sensing Body in the Visual Arts: Making and Experiencing Sculpture

My book, The Sensing Body in the Visual Arts: Making and Experiencing Sculpture, is now out from Bloomsbury. https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/the-sensing-body-in-the-visual-arts-9781350122222/

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how many times

how many times, interdisciplinary installation-performance January 30, 2020, Barre Center for Buddhist Studies, Barre, MA

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L’AiR Arts Residency in Paris, France

For two weeks in October, 2019, I participated in an extraordinary art research residency based in Montparnasse in Paris. A group of 14 international artists, we were introduced to the historic and contemporary art worlds…

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Moving Water

Serious Play Theatre Ensemble production of Moving Water Currently in development Starting from the seed of a participatory performance I created with Tereza Stehlikova and Sensory Sites in London in 2017, this devised production of Moving Water is…

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Water Serpent

Water Serpent, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff AZ, 2023 Water Serpent is a collaborative long-term project devoted to exploring and celebrating groundwater and springs—the singular places where groundwater reaches the Earth’s surface. Springs ecologist Dr. Larry…

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Boy in the Labyrinth

Breath and Matter  Boston Sculptors Gallery, 486 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA July 18-August 12, 2018 First Friday reception and readings August 3, 5:30-8:30

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The One that Got Away

The One That Got Away Installation commissioned by Saint-Gaudens Memorial Trust for Natural Forces: Three Sculptors Respond June 2-October 21, 2018 Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish NH

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Reviews of Blindsight, Boston Sculptors Gallery, 2015

"A dreamlike Blindsight Visiting sculptor Rosalyn Driscoll and filmmaker Sarah Bliss’s ambitious, lyrical installation, Blindsight, at Boston Sculptors Gallery is like walking into a dream. Bliss’s four-channel video plays over fabric, paper, and rawhide screens that Driscoll…

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Reviews of Generation, GV Art, London, 2012

"The rawhide is translucent and golden, honeyed and haunting. Shaped to form glowing organic enclosures, these shells appear to simultaneously express both eerie feelings and act as safe cavity or cocoon. The creases formed are…

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Reviews of Natural Light, Boston Sculptors Gallery, 2010

"The translucence of rawhide is exploited to good effect...Driscoll plays off the organic aspects of the skins by combining them with hard-edged contemporary materials...Depending on whether she uses or conceals the beauties of rawhide, her…

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Review of Second Skin, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, December 2005

Review of Second Skin, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, in Brattleboro Reformer, December 2005 “I touch a hand, it moves on its string, I feel the coolness of the stone, visceral memories of other stones…

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Review of Rosalyn Driscoll’s work, Sculpture, 1998

"Driscoll’s work is not merely sensuous. It is designed to engage the body, to work with the natural motions of hands, wrists, arms, and elbows. Sometimes a very uninhibited interactor will embrace a piece and…

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