Rose Nolan works across painting, installation, sculpture, photography, prints and book production. Her practice regularly oscillates between the discrete and the monumental and is informed by a strong interest in architecture, interior and graphic design—combining formal concerns with the legacies of modernism. Nolan’s practice is known for its investigation of the formal and linguistic qualities of words, directly using language to transform the architectural space they inhabit. By making language concrete in this way meaning is allowed to be approached differently.
With a text by Ingrid Perez and photography by Christian Capurro. Designed by Rose Nolan and Warren Taylor. Edition of 100 hand-numbered and initialed by the artist.