Rosalyn (she/her) is an author, art critic, columnist, researcher, lecturer and editor. She is an Ocean Fellowship 2021 Mentor, and was an evaluator for the Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant 2020. She is a recipient of the India Foundation for the Arts research grant (2019-2020) which has been supporting her writing based on her visits to South Asian artists' studios, the subject of her forthcoming book for Oxford University Press. She writes a weekly feminist column for mid-day and is a regular contributor to OPEN.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Apr 25, 2022
Indian scriptwriter Aastha Tiku’s film, Sherni, shares ideological resonances with a work-in-progress by a South Tyrolean museologist and researcher duo.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Mar 11, 2022
Mother-artists are visualising the heretofore invisibilised corporeal and emotional fatigue of care-giving through diverse materials rooted in embodied subjectivity.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Aug 21, 2021
How can feminist art historians unearth, excavate, reconsider and recontextualise the non-canonised, quasi-mystical practices of female and other-than-human artists.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Jul 01, 2021
In part two of the series, despite the crowded displays and the repetitious Manthropocene discourse at the VAB 2021, the writer experienced instances of elevated calm and pleasure.
by Rosalyn D`Mello Jun 23, 2021
Venice Architecture Biennale 2021 sidesteps from framing more damning questions even as it offers moments of poignant reflection, explores the author in the Part 1 of two-part series.
by Rosalyn D`Mello May 03, 2021
How do artists cope with strangulating environments that insidiously erase their right to express their subjectivities?
by Rosalyn D`Mello Aug 10, 2020
What happens when the production or consumption of food lies in the centerpiece of an artwork or performance? Can an artistic focus on feeding lead to a more inclusive society?