Rosanna is a Glasgow-based choreographer working in an expanded field of choreography. Her work includes performance, installation, digital media and writing - including written choreographic scores. Works are presented in theatre, gallery and public spaces as well as on the page and online. She is drawn to the relational aspects of choreographic making, to the quietening of a sense of individual desire towards a sense of collectivity that extends to audience and the material world. Her interests lie particularly in the capacities of choreographic processes to open spaces for a contemporary politics of being together.
Breath Pieces (from 2018) is a new hybrid art work - part performance, part installation - comprising multiple components intermingling in an immersive experience of the breathing breath. It includes performance, sound, video, drawing and spoken text. Breath Pieces premieres in June 2018 and is a Tramway commission.
The expanded choreographic project 'Figures Series' (2016-2018) includes participatory works 'Ah kissing' and 'Breathing Line: gifts for the future'as well as choreographic prose scores, articles, reviews and interviews that address intersections between choreography, visual art and participatory practices.
Recent work, including work in collaboration with Katrina Brown, has been presented nationally & internationally. She has received commissions from Tramway, Dance4, Siobhan Davies Dance & Independent Dance.