Rosie Sillitoe (b. 1991 in Huddersfield, England) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.
Rosie Sillitoe is an artist and musician, and current director of The Albatross, a developing arts organisation in Glasgow’s Southside. She graduated with BA(hons) Sculpture and Environmental Art from the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland in 2013, and completed a semester at San Francisco Art Institute, USA in 2011. Her practice stems from an interest in how we emotionally interpret and anthropomorphise the abstract, using sculptural collage and video to question whether meaning is found in the literal history or formal presentation of an object.
Solo and group exhibitions and projects include: Along Those Lines, 3 137, Athens, Greece (2015); All in the Game, Spares, Glasgow, Scotland (2015); Discardboard, ForrestCentrePlus, Edinburgh, Scotland (2014); ex, blipblipblip, Leeds, England (2013); Ambient Soup, Subcity Radio, Glasgow, Scotland (2013); How Not to Sell Your Soul at No Soul for Sale (with Black Dogs Art Collective), Tate Modern, London, England (2010).