Emily Rosamond is a Canadian artist, writer and Lecturer in Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London. She exhibits individually and with the collective School of The Event Horizon.
Volatile Measurement Environments
New Narratives 2: Thinking Economics Differently
Kunstgebaeude, Schlossplatz 2, Stuttgart, Germany
Saturday, 15 April, 2018, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Small things considered
Leu Gallery, Belmont University, Nashville
12 March - 4 May, 2018
Profiling and Predictive Cultures
Oxford Brookes Fine Art Research Lecture Series
JHB 408, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane site, Oxford
Tuesday, 6 February, 5:00 pm
Moneylab: Art, Culture and Financial Activism
Somerset House, London
19 January, 2018
Identity Trouble (on the Blockchain)
DAOWO Blockchain series, organized by Ruth Catlow and Ben Vickers
Goethe Insitute, London
23 November, 2017
Telepathy as Feminist Methodology (with Luciano Zubillaga)
Post-Cyber Feminist International, ICA, London
19 November, 2017
Symposium and Book Launch
Are We All Addicts Now?
Central St Martins, London
Tuesday 7th November, 6.30 - 9pm
Intersections of Finance and Society
Friday, 3 November, 13:00 - 14:45
City University of London, ELG02
All Things Optimal
An Interdisciplinary Workshop
Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick
25 October, 2017
13:00 - 18:00
Haus für Kunst Uri, Altdorf
11:30 - 19:00, 30 September, 2017
Collaboration in Question
Hosted by Peer Sessions, London
The Chaplin Centre, Taplow House
Thurlow Street, London SE17 2DG
1-5.30pm Sat 23rd Sept 2017
Performing the Financial Gaze
with Katleen Vermeir & Ronny Heiremans
73A Chaussée de Vleurgat, Brussels
9 September, 7-9 pm
Corporated Culture: Art and the Quasi-Commos
28 July, 2017, 2:00 pm
15 July - 2 September, 2017
Beyond Price & Profit: Art, Finance and the Question of Value
organized by Victoria Ivanova
The New Centre for Research & Practice online seminar
26 April, 2017
"The Impacts of reputation metrics on contemporary art practices"
University of Westminster, 24 March, 2017, 9:30 - 16:30
115 New Cavendish Street, Room C2.14
Finance and Society Launch: Art and Finance
334 Broome St, New York NY 10002
25 January, 2017
EVTV Series 1 Episode 6: The Harbinger
22 George Place, Stonehouse, Plymouth, PL13NY
20 January, 2017, 7-10 pm
"All Data is Credit Data: Reputation, Regulation and Character in the Entrepreneurial Imaginary"
Paragrana 25(2), December 2016
"Shared Stakes, Distributed Investment: Socially Engaged Art and the Financialization of Social Impact"
Finance and Society 2(2), December 2016
EV TV Episode 4
458 Hackney Road, London
10 December, 2016, 6:00 - 11:30 pm
Moneylab#3: Failing Better
Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam
1-2 December, 2016
Tensegrity - and Other Contradictory Complicities
18-19 November, 2016
You Must Answer in the Form of a Question!
Art Licks Weekend, ASC Gallery
1 October, 2016, 3:00 pm
"What is Reputation Capital?"
Capital as Power: Broadening the Vista
York University, Toronto
28 - 30 September, 2016
"Ghosted Clients, Oriented Strands: Composites and Class in Ian Gonczarow's Painting"
catalogue essay for Ian Gonczarow, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
Bond House Gallery, London
23-25 September, 2016
Francis Alÿs, Ciudad Juárez Projects
Kit Craig | Rowena Harris | Alex Lawler | James Prevett | Fay Nicolson | Emily Rosamond | Lisa Selby | Madalina Zaharia
Taplow House, Thurlow Street, London SE17 2DG
12/09/2016 - 28/10/2016
p.v. Friday, 9 September, 2016, 6-9 pm
Performance, Art Licks Weekend, Saturday 1 October, 3 pm
24 July, 2016
Control, Stockholm University
14-17 June, 2016
"What Moves Us: Immersive Economies and Composite Bodies"
Banner Repeater, London
8 June, 2016, 7-9 pm
Risking Everything: the Computational Politics of Prediction, Security and Secrecy
Goldsmiths, University of London
Professor Stuart Hall Building, LG02
20 May, 2016
10:00 - 18:00
Presentation of Artwork
Peer Sessions with School of the Event Horizon (Steven Levon Ounanian, Kate Pickering, Emily Rosamond)
Studio Voltaire, London
Wednesday, 27 April, 2016, 7:00 pm
to attend, please book a free place here.
Arts University Bournemouth, 14 March 2016
Studio A, Goldsmiths
Friday, 5th February, 2016
Critique hosted by Peer Sessions from 18:00
Drinks from 19:00
Message me for details if you would like to attend
"The Surveillance Economy: Toward a Geopolitics of Personalization"
Esse 86 (Winter 2016)
Guest lecture, Goldsmiths MFA Program
Monday, 25 January, 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Goldsmiths College, Stuart Hall Building, LG02
Films From People, PLACE / Ladywell, London
4-5 December, 2015
261 Lewisham High Street
Fiction as Method - A Guerilla Symposium, Christinger de Mayo/Corner College, Zurich
4-5 December, 2015
"Technologies of Attribution: Characterizing the Citizen-Consumer in Surveillance Performance," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media 11(2): 148-164. For those without free access to Taylor & Francis Journals, there are some limited free copies here.
Hot talk: Donna Szöke with Emily Rosamond
Rodman Hall Art Centre, 109 St. Paul Crescent, St. Catharines, Canada
12 November, 2015
Inside the Group, an event at Maximilians Forum, Munich, part of Expedition Medora, curated by Claudia Djabbari and Diana Ebster, includes a contribution from School of the Event Horizon.
9 September, 2015
"The Background Speaks: David Mabb's Announcer and the Emergence of Information" is available from Message, the peer-reviewed communication arts research journal. It is also available as a PDF here.
Secret Postcard Sale
Fold Gallery, London
21-27 August, 2015
"Economies of (Mis)Trust: Reputation as Capital in the Digital Age"
7th Critical Finance Studies Conference
Copenhagen Business School
20-21 August, 2015
"Speculative Labour: on the Work of Charlotte Warne Thomas"
in In Transition: The Artistic and Curatorial Residency, Whitechapel/CtC Press, 2015
book launch at In Transition: the Artistic and Curatorial Residency
30 July, 2015, 6:30 pm
"Phantom Limbs and the Image-Object"
Material Environments: Sensing Time and Matter in Digital and Visual Culture
University of Greenwich
25 July, 2015
"Character in the Age of Big Data"
Commonwealth Scholars Regional Network Conference: Scholars’ Presentation Day Symposium
University of Nottingham
20 July 2015
"The Fog Generator"
for "In Fog: Icebergs and Wild Boars," Burcu Yagcioglu and Ulgen Semerci
(translated into Turkish by Zahide Mustafaoglu)
Operation Room, Istanbul
8 June - 1 August, 2015
Open forum respondent
Staying with the Trouble
#stacktivism residency, The White Building
28 June, 2015
“Surveillance, Preemption and the Production of Character in the Age of Big Data”
Fourth Annual London Conference in Critical Thought
University College London
27 June, 2015
"Art and Character in the Age of Fintech"
F(r)ictions of Art Conference
Freie Universität, Berlin
26 June, 2015
“Politics of the Shared-Interior: on Digital Intimacy and Tangible Space”
Intimacies Symposium, Goldsmiths
1-2 June, 2015
with School of the Event Horizon
27 May, 2015
with School of the Event Horizon
21 May, 2015
Character in the Age of Big Data
Goodenough College, London
14 May, 2015
"All Data is Credit Data"
The Graduate Festival, Goldsmiths
12 May, 2015
by School of the Event Horizon (Steven Levon Ounanian, Kate Pickering and Emily Rosamond)
E.R.O.S. Journal VI (Homotopia)
Sound | Place
St. James Hatcham, Goldsmiths
3-15 May, 2015
"The Umwelt and the Operational Image"
"Nematode," Multiverse Spring Residency Event
Wysing Arts Centre
9 May 2015
"Paradoxes of Proximity to Second Wave Essentialism"
Feminist Duration in Art and Curating Symposium
Goldsmiths, Department of Art
16-17 March, 2015
Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths
2 March, 2015
"Transfusing Abstraction: Darren Harvey-Regan's Metalepsis"
Esse Magazine, no. 83
"Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Obra Sonora"
Esse Magazine, no. 83
Perte de Signal Review, Esse
The Future of Food Conference
organised by Joey Holder and Tom Trevatt
Foundation for Art and Creative Technology
10 October 2014
"Species of Futurity in Business, Law and Finance"
for "Who Thinks the Future?"
26 September - 5 October 2014
Limited Edition Print
School of the Event Horizon
Available at Tenderbooks
Residency and exhibition
Temporary Arts Project, Southend-on-Sea
with School of the Event Horizon (Kate Pickering, Steve Ounanian, Emily Rosamond)
28 July - 3 August, 2014, Closing event Sunday 3 August
Mousse Blog reviews
"Before breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared" at Tenderpixel
Before breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared
Tenderpixel, with School of the Event Horizon (Kate Pickering, Steven Ounanian, Emily Rosamond)
PV 26 June, 7-9 pm
Publication from 26 June with Tenderbooks
Closing event 26 July, 5:30 - 8:30 pm
"States of Statue"
for Joshua Bilton
in "Hello World", curated by Catherine Turner and Zoe Marden
L'Atelier-KSR, Berlin, 13-28 June, 2014
"From me flows what you call time"
curated by Wayne Binitie and Suzanne Caines
Weston Atrium, New Academic Building, Goldsmiths College
8-16 May, 2014
Exhibition / residency
"True Stories from the Event Horizon"
As part of Trialogues residencies, ASC Gallery, London
opens 4 April 2014
Exhibition and screening
as part of the Thinking Feeling conference
York and Ryerson Universities, Toronto
14-26 March, 2014
for P.A.R.T.S., solo exhibition by Rowena Harris
Coleman Projects, London
26 October - 1 December 2013
Available as a free e-book for iPad:
"Dawdle at Space"
Project curated by Gareth Bell-Jones, 25 Oct-15 Dec 2012
“Choice Blog: Tamarin Norwood”
A-N Artists Talking
“Photograph with Eight Descriptions”
for QGJCPLB, publication for Formcontent, 2012
“Imaginary Sculptures for an Infinite Economy”
for Westworld, Xero, Kline and Coma
29 July - 19 August 2012
“Electricity Enslaved: Tonal Imagery of Progress, Incorporation, Extinction”
for Necrospective, curated by Thomas Johnson, 2012
"Object Lessons: David Askevold's Learning about Cars and Chocolates" in Esse
Esse no. 75 (spring 2012)
"La Grande Ourse"
in Brussels, as part of the ongoing project "Luna Park,"
curated by Guillaume Clermont and Sara Lucas. Espaces R2D2, March 2012.
"Un-designing: Serge Murphy, Architecture and Felt Time"
Esse no. 74: Reskilling (Winter 2012)