Many of subRosa’s maps and pamphlets, including our first two @SecondOpinion newsletters are on display in Stamford Connecticut at the Franklin Street Works gallery. “Working Alternatives: Breaking Bread, Art Broadcasting, and Collective Action,” curated by Mackenzie Schneider, Terri C Smith, and Jess Wilcox, is on view from Oct 27, 2012 – Jan 13, 2013.
The International Year of Co-operatives Pittsburgh Organizing Committee has included subRosa in its 2012 directory of local cooperatives and collectives.
subRosa’s contributions to Soft Power. Art and Technologies in the Biopolitical Age are featured in a new catalog.
Selections from Feminist Matter(s): Propositions and Undoings were included in “What’s Up Pittsburgh,” curated by Geoffrey Graham and Kevin O’Toole, Clarion University Gallery, February 28 – April 21, 2012.
Two new reviews of the Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Gallery make mention of subRosa’s installation. Justin Hopper’s “The Miller Gallery lends the Pittsburgh Biennial a collaborative edge” for Pittsburgh City Paperand Mary Thomas’ “Activist art in Pittsburgh Biennial segment at CMU covers complex subjects” for thePittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Towards a Feminist Science and Art: An interdisciplinary dialogue with artists, scientists, students, and scholarswas held Nov 11, 2011@ the Miller Gallery, in conjunction with Feminist Matter(s): Propositions and Undoings—in the Pittsburgh Biennial.
subRosa’s work was presented in a Visiting Artist lecture at Clemson University, Oct 21-22, 2011.
subRosa has premiered a new installation—Feminist Matter(s): Propositions and Undoings—in the Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Gallery. Curated by Astria Suparak, Sept 16-Dec 11, 2011.
subRosa’s work was presented at the Public History of Science and Technology conference, along with images from Bonnie Fortune’s EveryBody! traveling exhibit. University of South Carolina, Sept 12, 2011.
Bodies Unlimited A decade of subRosa’s art practice published in Vol 28 of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal, July 2011.
subRosa selected projects 2000-2005 was screened at Serija Cinema Feministe in Maribor, Slovenia March 10, 2011.
ConstructaVulva was shown and performed in EveryBody!: Visual resistance in feminist health movements, 1969-2009. Curated by Bonnie Fortune, Carleton College Gallery, April–May, 2011.
subRosa conducted a workshop and exhibition—Bodies Unlimited—as part of Soft Power II. Art and Technologies in the Biopolitical Age. Curated by Maria Ptqk, Sala Rekalde, Bilbao Spain, Nov 2–6, 2010.
Transfer Lounge, curated by Ima Picó, and Carolina Loyola Garcia. Forja ArteContemporáneo, Valencia, Spain, Sept. 17–Oct. 23, 2009 and SPACE, Pittsburgh, USA, Oct. 2–Nov. 17, 2009.
Soft Power. Art and Technologies in the Biopolitical Age, curated by Maria Ptqk. Amarika Project at Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. Fall, 2009.
ConstructaVulva was shown and performed in EveryBody!: Visual resistance in feminist health movements, 1969-2009, curated by Bonnie Fortune. I-Space, Chicago. Sept. 11–Oct. 10, 2009.
A Studio of Their Own: The Legacy of the Fresno Feminist Experiment, Phebe Conley Art Gallery at Cal State Fresno, Aug. 26–Oct. 9, 2009.
subRosa curated a shift for PSi15 entitled Miss | Placed Women, that included artists Elena Marcevska, Violeta Luna, Tanja Ostojic, Sanja Ivekovic, Iva Kovac, and Roberto Varea. Zagreb, Croatia, June, 2009.
Vulva De/ReConstructa screened in Red Dawns festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Wed., March 4, 2009.
subRosa gave a presentation at the The Scholar & Feminist Conference XXXIV- The Politics of Reproduction: New Technologies of Life; Barnard College, New York, Feb., 2009.
subRosa presented 6 minutes + 40 seconds of our work at AIA/AIGA Pittsburgh’s Pecha Kucha Night, Oct., 2008.
subRosa presented the U-Gen-A-Chix performance & artist lecture at, Raw Symbiosis: Animals_Nature_Culture, 14th International Festival of Contemporary Arts – City of Women, Galerija Skuc, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Oct. 13, 2008.
Gestation – A Collaborative Performance Arts Workshop, presented by subRosa and sponsored by the Faculty of Communication & Media Arts, New York University Skopje, Macedonia, June 10–19, 2008.
Look! Listen! A Week With|Out Women artist residency (at WHW’s Galerija Nova) & performance (at Student Center Club, Teater &TD), Zagreb, Croatia, May 31–June 8, 2008.
subRosa presented Out-Rage-Us-Joy, a new installation, for The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, March 29-June 29, 2008.
Cell Track: Mapping the Appropriation of Life Materials, was shown in Deliciously Disposable Earth, Three Rivers Arts Festival Gallery, Pittsburgh, Jan 17-Feb 22, 2008.