from 'living room' 2007 (three screen hd video installation)

Since 1996 artist and lecturer Rosie Gunn has worked with a combination of still photography and moving image in multiscreen video and photographic works. With 'reconnection' in 2003 Gunn began to explore images of childhood and family life in randomly changing digital photo grids. In 2007 she made the three screen high definition video work ‘living room’ for the National Review of Live Art at the Tramway in Glasgow and in 2008 it was screened at the Strange Screen Festival in Thessalonica, Greece. Throughout her career she has frequently collaborated with dancers and her most recent work was as Digital Projection Artist on 'The Birth of Stars'

Rosie has taught at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham since 1999 and since 2013 she has been Course Leader for Digital Film and Screen Art. In 2009 she was awarded a Teaching Fellowship for 'my school' and 2012 she became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.