• YYYYMMDD: Question #0 Would you like to eat with us? Where?

  • I would love to! Can I come to your place? I can bring something. What shall I bring? I have a really fond memory from years ago of coming for dinner when you lived in the 6th district. I’ve never been to your new place, do you have your studio there too? I want to see your collection of ceramics from your travels. Little pieces of your life and art as the backdrop to our meal. (we can bring takeaways, that makes it very easy... I don't want to force you to cook for me! Just want to visit if that's cool :) )


    We sent you our address. It is a bit tricky to enter our building as it is a construction site. You have to enter through the garage but as soon as you are downstairs one of us will pick you up, just give us a call then.
    If you like spaghetti carbonara we can prepare something at home.


    Sure!!
    Sounds wunderbar.




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #1 Why did we pick you? What do you think?

  • Because I’m trending and you want to boost your website visitors.




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #2 How would you like to be (re)presented?

  • By a stable of competent galleries with an excellent collector base.




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #3 Where would you position yourself?

  • On the path to being an artist who future generations refer to.




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #4 Show us your favourite work you did. / someone else did.

  • My favourite is always the one I’m currently working on. My latest completed work is a snakeskin dancer called Nicki.



    YYYYMMDD — Interview Sign Rose - http://www.yyyymmdd/interview-signe-rose.php


    Nicki
    Snakeskin leather, chains, pearls, energy drink can, disco ball motor
    Signe Rose, 2015




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #5 How do you start your working-process?

  • Situations and materials trigger me to reveal their artistic potential.




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #6 Which is/are your material/s?

  • Those with whom I develop the best repartee.




  • YYYYMMDD: Question #7 Show us your network.

  • Show me yours, I’ll show you mine.


    A social network is a social structure made up of a set of social actors (such as individuals or organizations), sets of dyadic ties, and other social interactions between actors. The social network perspective provides a set of methods for analyzing the structure of whole social entities as well as a variety of theories explaining the patterns observed in these structures.[1] The study of these structures uses social network analysis to identify local and global patterns, locate influential entities, and examine network dynamics. (source: Wikipedia)







    Signe Rose is a New Zealand artist living in Vienna, where she is studying at the Academy of Fine Arts. Recent works were presented at Belle Air, Essen; Michael Lett, Auckland; Künstlerhaus, Graz; Paramount Ranch, LA (Shanaynay presentation) and Tonus, Paris.

  • www.celluliterose.com