About


Roslyn is an artist, composer, writer and organiser, based in Melbourne/Naarm Australia.


Contact: roslynorlandomoir @ gmail.com

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION
2011     MA (Arts Politics), Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
2009     BA
Media & Communications (Digital Cultures, Government and International Relations), Sydney University 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Co-Partner, Collingwood House, January 2021-present

Director/CEO, Next Wave, September 2018 – December 2020

Director, Underbelly Arts, October 2016 – September 2018

Artistic Director, Electrofringe Ltd., May 2012 – June 2016

Curatorial Assistant, Artspace, September 2015 – September 2016

Special Projects Manager, Sullivan+Strumpf Fine Art, September 2015 – September 2016
 


EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES

2022 Somos (Berlin), 'RE–', 36,000 Words Under a Gemini Moon (forthcoming)
2022 Dogmilk Films, 'Dogmilk Degustations', Simulation 1.5 (God's Eye)

2022 China Residencies, 'Future of Memory Festival', Evasion Score III: CallHOME

2022 Blindside, EKHO

2021 Performance Space and Kyoto Experiment, 'Live Dreams',

2021 Unsound Festival and Liquid Architecture, Evasion Score II: Domestic Security

2021 Firstdraft, 'Soft Power', Evasion Score I: Utan

2019 Liquid Architecture, Simulation 1.3 and Simulation 1.4
2019 UTS Gallery, ‘After Technology’, 36,000 Words Under a Gemini Moon
2019 SEVENTH Gallery, Thank U, Text
2018 Vitalstatistix / Adhocracy, The Most Glorious Disastrous Meal of My Life
2018 Next Wave Festival, Lifestyle of the Richard and Family
2017 Desire Lines - Ultimo, Simulation 1.1
2017 PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, The internet is where innocence goes to die and you can come too
2016 MOANA, Interventions in Live Chat
2016 Firstrdraft, ‘Same/Same’ curated by Tom Smith, Summation of Life (Detail) - Part 1 and Summation of Life (Detail) - Part 2
2015 20th Biennale of Sydney Public Program, Chat Club Episode 21
2015 Underbelly Arts Lab and Festival, Human Google Project
2015 PACT Centre for Emerging Artists, I’ll Have What She’s Having

GRANTS, AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES 

2022 MILK Gallery, resident artist (forthcoming)

2022 China Residencies, Future of Memory, resident artist

2022 Critical Path, Choreographic Expansion Lab, resident artist

2018 The Australia Council, Career Development Grant, recipient
2017 The Keir Foundation, International Curators Exchange, fund recipient
2017 New Zealand Fringe Festival, Most Innovative Work Award
2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival, Best Live Art and Tour Ready Award
2015 Kaldor Public Art Projects, Project 30: Marina Abramović, resident artist
2013 The Australia Council, JUMP Mentorship Grant, recipient