ALLY ROSENBERG

Manchester, 1991

Ally Rosenberg is a London-based artist from Manchester, primarily working in sculpture. His work takes an irreverent look at the body, slicing and casting materials with a structural quality that reveal a relationship between image and object. After graduating from Central St. Martins, he took an academic detour into cognitive neuroscience, completing an MSc at UCL and a residency at Harvard’s neuro-imaging lab. This period of research, looking at the interface of anatomical structure and conscious experience, through the multiple planes of MRI images, certainly influenced Ally’s recent sculptural work.

Awards include: Air Open, Visitors’ Choice Award (2019); Stanelco Prize (2006); JNF Prize, (2004). Publications include: The White Cube of the Brain, On Drawing; Painting With Bullshit, The Inkling Magazine; Opinion: Alexander Rosenberg on Art and Neuroscience, UAL News, 2013.

WORKS

ALLY ROSENBERG
I should have been a dentist like my Dad, so I could talk uninterrupted #2, 2020
jesmonite, earth pigments
60 x 50 x 3
Pink legs (akimbo), 2019
jesmonite, earth pigments
83 x 57 x 30