Ecology / Research / Toxicity / Architecture / Design
Rosa Whiteley is an artist and spatial practitioner, telling stories and forming narratives of the many conjunctures of the climate crisis. She is interested in how toxic conditions jump between the planetary and the molecular, and how forms of alternative infrastructure can intervene and uncover these techno-material flows. Her work investigates the intertwined bodies of ground, air, humans, rock, clouds, fungi, forests, rivers, fish, spores, mollusks, policies, technologies and infrastructures. By exploring landscapes through globalised infrastructures, she questions what landscapes and architectures have the potential to exist in residual, toxic, and damaged spaces.
Based in London.