Rosie Carr (b. 1987) is an artist-filmmaker based in Margate, Kent. Her practice involves film, writing, sound and performance. She is a member of Potato Band, a collaborative sound and performance project with Natalie Kynigopoulou. 



2019 - Open School East Associate

2015 - 2017 - MA Fine Art Media, Distinction. Slade School of Fine Art, London

2009 - Erasmus, The Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Leipzig

2007 - 2010 - BA Hons Fine Art Painting, 1st Class. Camberwell College of Art, London

Prizes and Awards:

Recipient of the Time Space Money A-N Bursary 2020

Recipient of The FLAMIN Fellowship 2017-2018

Recipient of The Clare Winsten Memorial Award, 2016

Recipient of The Slade Bursary, 2016


Like a Gassy Big Ball or Something Fluid, Well Projects Margate, 2019 

FLAMIN / Sardinian Film Commission / MAN Museum Nuoro, Residency 2019

The Merzbarn Residency 2017​


Selected Exhibitions and Screenings:


Upcoming 2020


Care / Community /  Ecology (Online) 

Collaboration with Jemma Cullen and East Kent Mencap 

Almanac, Bermondsey,  London


Onomatopoeia Club (Online) 

Collaboration with Cosmo Sheldrake




Potato Band @ Μy mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun

The Garage, Nicosia, Cyprus


Potato Band 'Sticky' Performance at Benedict Drew's exhibition: Trapped in a Sticky Shed with Side Chain Compression

IMT Gallery, London, UK


The Reception was Brilliant (Open School East Final Show)

39 Hawley Square, Margate, UK


Hyperlinked Screening

Flatpack Festival, Birmingham, UK


Yan Tan Tether

South Kiosk, Huddersfield, UK


The Theory of Concentric Spheres

South Kiosk, London, UK



Technologies of Romance Symposium / Screening

Science Museum, London, UK


Rebel Souls

Daata Editions, Art Rio, Brazil


Whitstable Biennale

Whitstable, UK 


Rotating Edible Object

Chalton Gallery, London, UK




Rua Dom Carlos, Lisbon, Portugal


Co-Broadcasts @ Supernormal Festival

Brazier's Park, UK


Diep~Haven Festival 2017: WORK - UK Film Programme

Newhaven, UK


Selected VII Screening

Whitechapel Gallery, Fabrica Brighton, Nottingham Contemporary, Plymouth Arts Centre, Arnolfini, UK


Slade MA Degree Show

Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK


Authentic Tongues

Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK



56 Medellin St, México City, Mexico



A Laborious Dedication to Useless Tasks

The Deptford Project, London, UK


Autocorrect Ruined My Life

Chalton Gallery, London, UK



Peckham Pelican, London, UK


Platform 1

Bloomsbury Theatre, London, UK



Sub-Cell: A View From Below

The Old Police Cells Museum, Brighton, UK



MOCA, Taipei, Taiwan


Monument to Charlie Chaplin Screening

Hull Truck Theatre, Hull, UK

Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK


Demolition - A Snapshot of Contemporary Artists’ Moving Image

Swordtail Studio, London​


Technologies of Romance: looking for ‘object love’ in three works of video art

Published in Autumn 2019, Issue 12. Paul O'Kane -

Twin Magazine Issue XVII - 'Photographic Material' Fall 2017 -