Rosanne Robertson was born in Sunderland in 1984 and is currently based in West Cornwall. Their practice spans across sculpture, photography, drawing and performance to explore the boundaries of the human body and its environment. Robertson's body of work titled Stone (Butch) was exhibited as a contemporary intervention within the display of work by Barbara Hepworth at The Hepworth Wakefield and in group exhibition Associated Matter at Yorkshire Sculpture Park as part of Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019. Their public sculpture We Built Ships (2020) has been commissioned by Sunderland Council and Soroptimist International Sunderland as a legacy to the 700 women who worked in Sunderland's shipyards. Their work has been included in reviews and articles in Elephant, Wallpaper, Art Monthly and The Financial Times. During 2019-20 Robertson has been a short-let studio holder at Porthmeor Studios, St Ives continuing works that explore the Queer body in the natural landscape. Robertson has a text included in the 'Breaking the Mould publication by Arts Council Collection published by Hayward Publishing.  Newlyn