BriAnna Rosen (b. 1989) is an artist and curator based in Portland, Oregon exploring the poetics of politics and spectacle with installation, video, and publications.
Rosen completed her BA in Film and Video Production in 2012 at Pacific University graduating summa cum laude. Rosen then finished the MFA in Visual Studies program at Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2016 and received the thesis award for A Freestyle Artist: Sociopolitical Art in Five Interventions. From 2016 - 2018, Rosen co-founded and managed Killjoy Collective, an artist-run space in the Troy Laundry Studios in southeast Portland.
Currently, Rosen works as a co-director and curator for Fuller Rosen Gallery alongside her partner EM Fuller.
- Andrew Jankowski, “Profiles in Queer Excellence and Resilience,” Portland Mercury, June 06, 2019
Lusi Lukova, “Unraveling Family History,” Oregon ArtsWatch, November 29, 2018
Shannon Gormley, “’Sun Kittens & Moon Puppies’ Imagines a Post-Patriarchy
World,” Willamette Week, July 26, 2018
Nim Wunnan, “Killjoy Collective makes space for ‘Children of Revulsion” Oregon
ArtsWatch, June 15, 2018
Ashley Gifford, “Gallery Spotlight: Killjoy Collective,” Art & About PDX, June 13, 2018
Shannon Gormley, “A New Performance Art Piece Examines Propaganda Through a
Russian Pop Star and Toilets,” March 21, 2018
Meghan Burbank, “Fischli and Weiss Meets Clarissa Explains It All,” The Portland
Mercury, July 19, 2017
- Kara Weisenstein, “Why Portland Needs All-Women Art Spaces,” VICE, April 22, 2017