Rosa Doornenbal currently lives and works in London and Amsterdam.


2020 The Vapours, Group show, organized by Kate Mackeson, Kunstraum Kesselhaus Barmberg (DE).
  Forum, Bread and Games, Group show, curated by Natalija Paunic, Open Space, London, (GB).
Past: Selection of Group Exhibitions and Performances
2020 Performing in The Desire to Create Something that Already Exists, Performance Choreographed by Vincent Riebeek, Frascati, Amsterdam.
2019 6x6 project screening, SET Dalston, London (GB).
  Performance at Summer Party of Jupiter Woods, London (GB).
  Sweat, Group show and performance, De School, Amsterdam (NL).
  Sliptong, solo show, Marwam, Amsterdam (NL).
  Skin Contact, Group show, Enclave Lab, London (GB).
  Salty, Performance at Printworks Home Live Art, Hastings (GB).
  Performance on invitation of Panick Attack Duo as part of their contribution for New Contemporaries, South London Gallery, London (GB)
  What do we do now, now that we are happy, Group show, Chalton Gallery, London (GB).
2018 Mono Kino, film screening, Courtyard Theatre Hoxton, London (GB).
  An evening of Tall Tales, performance, Castor Projects, London (GB).
  Aftersun, art work in public space, commissioned by Voždovačka galerija, Belgrade, (RS).
  We Surrounded them and routed their fighters in short orders, performance, Deptford X, London. (GB)
  Spreading, Goldsmiths Degree Show, Goldsmiths University of London.
  New Glow Formula, three-person show, New Cross Road 310, London.
  Beyond the standard model, Almanac, London.
  Stuff that fits you right now, Pauls Bedroom, London.
2017 There is an Ocean on the Moon: a night of performance, Arebyte Gallery, London.
  - Bacteria are really really small, performance at Fringe festival, Deptford X, London.
  ‘A wonderfull way to unwind: Magic Touch Quality massage’ Cosmos Carl,
  Mono8, film screening in Courtyard Theatre Hoxton, London.
  A Pillow for A Brick, group show Goldsmiths, London.
  Big in Japan, screening part of ‘The performance Bar’, Worm, Rotterdam.
Other projects: Part of Peer Mentoring group hosted by Camden Arts Centre, organized by Lea Collet.
  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. link
Grants/ Awards: Mondriaan Fonds Werkbijdrage Jong Talent, 2019
  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
Education: Master of Fine Arts, Goldsmiths University
Londen, GB. 2016-2018
  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Fine Arts department
Amsterdam, NL. 2009-2013
  Exchange with Akademie zur Bildende Kunst – Object-Sculpture with Julian Göthe
Vienna, AT. 2012
  Bachelor of Culture Studies, University of Amsterdam, minor: Philosophy and Aesthetics
Amsterdam, NL. 2007-2012

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