Rosina Possingham is an emerging multi-disciplinary artist, designer and photographer who is motivated to challenge, observe and rediscover the way people connect and experience the landscape and environment. Her evolving practice incorporates various forms of participation through collaborative processes and digital strategies that focus on image making, drawing and abstract mapping. Her work is focussed on our human relationship with the natural world through notions of place and the local. Rosina completed her Masters in Visual Art in Design at the University of South Australia in 2016 and has since formed a base of freelance clients, specialising in design and photography for art based projects.
You will find her: playing with old film cameras, scanning things, working on community art/design projects [all ages], taking images of plants, landscapes, and bodies in nature.