Rosalind Davis is an artist whose central concern is the transformation and reconfiguration of space through multiple disciplines. Beginning with the highly rationalised and objective language of architecture, Davis dis-assembles its geometries to re-create new and multifaceted spaces. The resulting environments probe the relationships between both the physical and psychological aspects of space. Constructed from modular elements her site-specific installations are re-assembled afresh for each exhibition and respond according to the particular architectural conditions of the site, such as scale and light. They are constructed using flexible individual elements such as steel frames, transparent and luminous perspex sheets, thread and monochrome paintings. The steel structures allude in their scale and proportions to windows or doors - portal like openings that allude to the boundaries between spaces. “A transformative piece which looks to fold, shift, disassemble, lean and reconfigure itself with endless possibilities. Rosalind relates this to her earlier paintings of brutalist and modernist buildings as if she's 'taken the structure and pulled it out and turned it into a sculpture'. Jillian Knipe, Wall Street International Biography Rosalind Davis is an artist-curator and a graduate of The Royal College of Art (2005) and Chelsea College of Art (2003). As an artist Davis has exhibited nationally and internationally and has had a number of solo shows in London: no format gallery (2017) the Bruce Castle Museum (2013); John Jones Project Space; Julian Hartnoll Gallery (2009); The Residence Gallery (2007) and The Stephen Lawrence Centre. Selected group exhibitions have been at the Courtauld Institute; Griffin Gallery, Arthouse1, Standpoint Gallery, Transition Gallery; The Roundhouse; Phoenix Brighton; APT Gallery; the Lion and Lamb Gallery; The ING Discerning Eye; the Lynn Painters Stainers Prize. Her work is held in a number of private and public collections including Soho House. In 2018 Davis has had a two person show with Justin Hibbs at no format gallery, Kaleidoscope Gallery and group exhibitions: New Relics at Thameside Gallery curated by Tim Ellis and Kate Terry and Whispering Colour at Bo Lee Gallery. Davis was appointed the permanent Curator at Collyer Bristow Gallery in 2016 and has curated 30 exhibitions so far in her career. Her exhibitions at the Gallery have all been reviewed or covered in interviews with Art Top 10; ‘Cracking Show. Superb Artists. Brilliantly curated.’ They have also been included in The Times, City Magazine, The Londonist’s top 7 exhibitions in London, Paul Carey-Kents Artworld blog and DateagleArt blogs. Since her inception the gallery has hosted a number of events, including for the Fine Art Group, The Mall Galleries and Young Professionals in the arts. Previous co-curatorial projects have been at Standpoint Gallery, Arthouse1, Geddes Gallery and with ZAP at Bond House Gallery (ASC). Davis is co-author of ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’ commissioned by Octopus Books which is internationally distributed across the world and has written a number of articles for a-n and other arts publications. She lectures at universities, galleries and organisations across the country including the RCA, ICA, Camden Arts Centre. University of the Arts and for Artquest. She was also an Ambassador and curatorial mentor for UK Young Artists. (2016) and is a mentor for a-n as well as working independently with individual creatives. Twitter: @rosalinddavis @CBGallery1 Instagram: rosalindnldavis Collyer_bristow_gallery London