Rosa Doornenbal is currently undertaking her Master of Fine Arts at Goldsmiths University of London.
Lives and works in London and Amsterdam.



2016 - 2018

Master of Fine Arts, Goldsmiths University
Londen, United Kingdom

2009 - 2013 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Fine Arts department
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2012 Exchange with Akademie zur Bildende Kunst – Object-Sculpture at Julian Göthe and Textual Sculpture at Heimo Zobernig
Vienna, Austria
2007 - 2012 Bachelor of Culture Studies, University of Amsterdam, minor: Philosophy and Aesthetics
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2016 Arts Initiative Tokyo, three months supported residency in Tokyo, Japan.
made possible by the support of Mondriaan Fonds
2015 Selected participant Masterclass Photograpy – Kyotographie festival in partnership with International Centre of Photography of New York - Kyoto, Japan
Solo exhibition:
2016 Non-self, Higure Contemporary Arts Studio, Tokyo, Japan link
made possible with the support of Mondriaan Fonds

Selection of Group Exhibitions:

2017 Mono8, Courtyard Theatre Hoxton, London
  A Pillow for A Brick, Goldsmiths, London
  Big in Japan, The performance Bar, Worm, Rotterdam
2015 Healing Tool curated by Shana Moulton, part of the ‘One Minutes’ series
screened in a number of art institutions trough out Europe, among which Art Rotterdam, Reykjavik Film Festival, Van Abbe museum Eindhoven and Art museum of Nanjing University in China
  Willfull Blindness, Supporting participant in the groupshow, W139, Amsterdam
2014 Aspen Kemmern, Kim? Gallery, Riga, Latvia link
  And then it just happened, Inter Arts Centre , Malmø, Sweden
2013 As you like it, Fløskl Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
  Graduation show, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
  Visions of Gertrude, Slag op het Slaak, Amsterdam
  Beyond Babylon, Old Church, Amsterdam
2017 Co-founder of changing room: a curatorial project in collaboration with Marios Stamatis that evolves around the commission of ‘wearable’ art editions and is presented in a monthly launching event in an unused changing room in South East London.

Grants/ Awards:
Stichting Niemeijer Fonds, study grant, 2017
Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds, Cultuurfonds beurs voor Excellent Talent, study grant, 2016.
Stichting dr. Hendrik Muller Fonds, study grant, 2016.
Residency at Arts Initiative Tokyo funded by Mondriaan Fonds, 2016.
Dr. H. P. Berlage funding in support of my graduation work, 2013.