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Rosalie Wiesner (born 1984 - Cologne, Germany) A photographer who lives and works in Cologne, Nottingham and London. Rosalie deals with themes such mortality and fragility, dream imagery as well as photography's ongoing quest to depict both real and illusionary appearances. She has worked, exhibited and published her work throughout the world. Rosalie is showing her newest series of work entitled 'It is Almost Always Fiction in the End' (2008) in her Upcoming Solo Show in association with the New Art Exchange at the Nottingham Castle. Last November she was the First Prize Winner of the Nottingham Castle Annual Open 2007. Rosalie completed a First Class BA (Hons) Photography in Europe Degree at Nottingham Trent University in 2007. She was selected for the Free Range Exhibition at the The Old Truman Brewery in London, Europe's largest Graduate Art and Design Show. In 2005 she was invited to join Fachhochschule Dortmund, Germany on a year’s ERASMUS Exchange program.
About my artwork
Rosalie Wiesner deals with themes such mortality and fragility, dream imagery as well as photography's ongoing quest to depict both real and illusionary appearances.