BriAnna Rosen is an artist and curator based in Portland, OR exploring the poetics of politics and spectacle with installation, video, and publications. Rosen completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Video Production at Pacific University graduating summa cum laude in 2012. Rosen then finished the Master of Fine Arts 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. Currently, Rosen works as a teaching artist at the PHAME Academy and helms Freestyle Artist Magazine; a socio-political artist brand and periodical investigating gentrification. Rosen is one of the founding members of Killjoy Collective.
This website houses the many visual facets and artistic tidbits of my life. My works come in an array of different formats, but are all interconnected in my investigation of time, displacement, and socio-political events. Take a stroll through my digital studio and oggle at some eye-candy.
A good day for me is a rainy day, the kind of day that you get to wake up when the sun peers above the horizon and the light reflects off the gentle water droplets on the clear windows. A day when you can nuzzle a hot beverage and take a breath before the possibilities of the day unfold before you.
Life isn't about finding yourself. It is a continual process of creation.
Contact me at email@example.com.