Rosie McLean is an artist based between Oxford and London whose work is oriented towards collaboration and process, attending to the terms and impact of encounters between human, more than human, environment etc, exploring poetics of conflict and harmony.
She makes devotional sculptures, textile works and ritual from found, sustainably sourced and repurposed materials, centring 'waste' and holistic craft processes. Methods include burning, melting, dyeing, coagulating, stitching, growing, hand weaving and beading.
She has collaborated with practitioners across disciplines such as sound, performance, film, ritual and permaculture and also facilitates creative experiences for others in educational and community arts settings.
Currently she is a student on the Introductory Course at The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis.