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Creature Feature

Works by Rosabel Rosalind

Presented by Easyside

July 5 - August 24, 2024

Dale Brock and Visiting Angels Gallery

Artist Talk Saturday, July 6, 2024 at 1 p.m.


Easyside is pleased to present Creature Feature, a solo exhibition by Pittsburgh-based artist Rosabel Rosalind. Arranged as a hybrid film-set-conspiracy-wall, the drawings and sculptural elements of the exhibition create a speculative world inspired by 20th-century Creature Features as much as real life horrors. Working from her Jewish upbringing and her love of storytelling, Rosabel posits conspiracy theory as modern-day mythology, both of which are tools to make sense of our defenselessness against an increasingly unbelievable world and the ideologies and narratives that fuel its violence. Creature Feature confronts the psychological consequences of war, colonization, and patriarchy through the absurd. It offers a stage in which the threat of self-inflicted human extinction lurks within illegible crumpled documents, erupting piles of crashed cars, and hypothetical storyboards. 


About the artist

Rosabel Rosalind was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley and received her BFA in printmaking, painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2017. In 2018, she received a Fulbright Austria Research Grant to work with the Jewish Museum Vienna’s Schlaff Collection of antisemitic postcards, followed by her MFA at Carnegie Mellon University in 2023. She has exhibited at Vienna's MuseumsQuartier and Improper Walls Gallery, the Jewish Museum Maryland, the McDonough Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Miller Institute of Contemporary Art, NADA New York 2023, and PCC gallery in Pittsburgh.

About Easyside:

Easyside is a volunteer-run 501(c)3 organization seeking alternative methods of creation and care to better equip artists and communities in East Fort Worth. Our exhibition program focuses on showcasing experimental, contemporary art and increasing public engagement with emerging artists from underrepresented communities, particularly those who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQIA, and women. 


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