Rosemary Williams

Supermarket, 2008


Installations/Multimedia: Belongings (2010) The Wall of Mall (2006) Bodega Booty (2005) Listing (2005) CEO Views (2004) Secret (2004)

Photographic: Home (2009) Supermarket (2008) Dwelling (2004) Neighbors (2004)

Public Interventions: Mom's Cookies (2012) Consumed (2009) Hah-LOH (2008) Sign-Age (2004)

Performance/Theater: Living June (2010) Cosmic Engine (2008) Rosemary Goes to the Mall (2006-7)

Film: After (2015) Two-Faced Beauty (in post-production)


Rosemary and writing partner Keith Hollihan will be attending the Sundance Institute New Voices Lab in Los Angeles in November 2016 to develop their sci fi web series "MXC: The Invention of Tomorrow," scheduled for release Fall 2017

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Rosemary Williams is a multimedia artist whose work frames the ambiguous or paradoxical realities of contemporary society through an exploration of the overlooked aspects of our everyday life. Her work includes video and audio works, sculptural installation, digital photography, and performance.

Rosemary's work has been exhibited widely in venues in the U.S. and Europe. She was a Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Fellow in Visual Arts for 2007-8. Her work has been profiled in the New York Times Magazine, The Times of London, and National Public Radio’s Talk of the Nation. Rosemary received her MFA in Combined Media from Hunter College, City University of New York, and is Professor of Integrated Media in the Art Department at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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