Rosemary Laing

Rosemary Laing is a photo-based artist. Her projects are most often created in relation to cultural and/or historically resonant locations throughout Australia. With interventions undertaken in situ or through the use of choreographed performance work, she engages with the politics of place and contemporary culture.

The Unquiet Landscapes of Rosemary Laing, a major survey of her work was held at Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney in 2005 and travelled to Kunsthallen Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense, Denmark in 2006. TarraWarra Museum of Art, Victoria presented a major survey of Rosemary Laing’s work in 2018, consisting of 28 large-scale works spanning a 30-year period.

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burning Ayer #12 2003
C Type photograph
80 x 148 cm
remembering Babylon #5, a collaboration with Stephen Birch 2003
C Type photogrpah
100 x 188.5 cm
remembering Babylon #6, a collaboration with Stephen Birch 2003
C Type photograph
50 x 81 cm
remembering Babylon #7, a collaboration with Stephen Birch 2003
C Type photograph
55 x 84 cm
between a rock and a place with no fish, a collaboration with Stephen Birch 2009
Sequence of four C Type photographs
Each 70 x 135 cm
bulletproofglass #2 2002
C Type photograph
120 x 253 cm
bulletproofglass #1 2002 2002
C Type photograph
120 x 209 cm
bulletproofglass #3 2002
C Type photograph
120 x 193 cm