Visual artist Rosie Heinrich (UK born, Amsterdam based) explores the constructs of self-storytelling, belief, reality and (spoken or wordless) language. She works with audio and video, book making, performance, photography and installations, drawing from an exhaustive practice of interviewing, and using recorded conversations and their transcription as her central medium for both research and production.
Rosie is currently a research fellow of THIRD at DAS Graduate School, Amsterdam. Her recent artist book we always need heroes, published by Fw:Books and distributed by Idea Books, was exhibited at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Rencontres d’Arles, and has been presented, among others, at NY Art Book Fair, Sans Serriffe Amsterdam, Hrunið, þið munið? (Remember the Fall?) conference at University of Iceland, and the Open lecture series at Iceland University of the Arts. Other works have also been shown, among others, at Cycle Music and Art Festival (Kópavogur, IS), SYB Triennial (Beetsterzwaag, NL), puntWG (Amsterdam), A Tale of a Tub (Rotterdam), and Veem House for Performance (Amsterdam).
Learn more about Rosie Heinrich’s written MA thesis (DAI, 2012): Standing in the Atlas
Learn more about Rosie Heinrich’s DAI Publication: It was big enough to get me completely inside
In 2015 Rosie Heinrich contributed to the research of the APRiCot group, which was exploring DAI options for a Third Cycle.
Follow Rosie’s ‘Life after DAI’ by means of her website.