Rosie Isaac graduated from a Bachelor of Fine Art (Sculpture) from MADA Monash University in 2014. Recent solo exhibitions include: No, I couldn't agree with you more (with Briony Galligan), TCB Art Inc. (2015); Speaking in the abstract, Runt Gallery (2014); A Dialogue between the Flat Screen TV and the Electricity Socket, Runt Gallery (2013). Recent group exhibitions include: ?!, Performance Festival, The Pipe Factory, Glasgow (2014); Pardon me, but our position has been struck by lightning, The Substation (2014); Coming Soon, West Space (2014); Hatched, National Graduate Show, PICA, Perth (2014); Try Again in the Morning (with Sheena Colquhoun), Auntie Flo (2013); 37 Separate Names for a Group Show, Garage Space, Glasgow (2012). Her publication history includes: Script for a silent choral reading: A disagreement between Truth and Security, un Magazine 9.2 (2015) and Pardon me, but our position has been struck by lightning (with Phoebe Amis, Jack Saunders and Isabelle Sully), exhibition publication, The Substation (2014).