Catherine Bertola and Rosie Morris provide a platform for women artists and writers to highlight less visible, marginalised and precarious practices in the second series of our magazine style publications celebrating the a-n archive.
Catherine Bertola is an artist who makes site specific installations, drawings and films that address the invisible histories of women, whose roles and contributions to society are overlooked and undervalued. The work gives voice to untold narratives, excavating the past to confront inequalities that women continue to face. She has exhibited nationally and internationally.
Rosie Morris is an artist living and working in Newcastle. Her practice looks to enhance viewers’ bodily perception of atmosphere within architectural space, working with perspectival painting, architectural installations, projected light, print-making, sound, film and text, in gallery and heritage locations in both UK and European contexts.