Mozambique shot

16mm film still, Magic, Memory, Mozambique


Rosalind Fowler is an artist and filmmaker, with a background in visual art and anthropology. Her work explores the politics and poetics of place and belonging in the contemporary English landscape through the prisms of folk culture, pre-history, ritual, myth and the language of dreams.

Her recent ACE/Barbican funded solo installation was presented at William Morris Gallery, the Barbican and Somerset house’s Utopia season. This work evolved out of an artist residency at the William Morris Gallery (2016). Other commissions and awards include Wellcome Trust, Arts and Humanities Research Council, A-N, NOW gallery. Selected screenings and exhibitions have taken place at ICA, BFI, Jerwood Gallery, Plymouth Arts centre and PLACE: Common Ground curated by Gareth Evans. Her short film Tamesa (2015) was nominated for Best Short film award at London Short Film Festival 2016.

In 2017 she collaborated with artist collective Fourthland and residents of the Wenlock Barn estate in Hackney to create Permissible Notations of,  including new 16mm film I feel like doing this (2017), funded by Arts Council England. The final work will be presented as a solo show at PEER, 23rd February-14th April 2018.