Roisin White is a visual artist based in Dublin, Ireland.
Her work is predominantly lens based, having studied photography for four years at Dublin Institute of Technology. Her practice combines mixed media collage with her photographic work, and she has had an interest in abstract drawing from a young age. She also works in sculpture.
Roisin was a finalist for the Inspirational Arts Photographic Award in October 2015.
In 2016 Roisin was part of the Young Curators Project in Rua Red, where she curated an exhibition of emerging Irish artists entitled "Not Necessarily Naughty".
In 2017 she took part in the How to Flatten a Mountain residency at Cow House Studios in Co. Wexford, Ireland. This residency culminated in an exhibition in Rathfarnham Castle as part of the Photo Ireland Festival.
Exhibitions - Group Shows:
2017: Halftone Print Fair, The Library Project, Dublin
2017: CEAD Exhibition, NCAD, Dublin
2017: How to Flatten a Mountain, Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin
2015: Inspirational Arts Photography Award Exhibition, Inspirational Arts Gallery, Dublin
2015: Lift Off - DIT Graduate Exhibition, DIT Grangegorman, Dublin
2015: BA Photography Graduate Exhibition, National Photographic Archive, Dublin
2015: Artists Among Us - Project Nepal- The Back Loft, La Cathedral Studios, Dublin
2015: Deadly, The Chocolate Factory Creative Community Gallery, Dublin
2014: BERLIN: The Photocopy Club, Urban Spree Gallery, Berlin
2014: Fighting Stereotypes, Bell and Pot Cafe, Dublin
2013: Myriad, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios. Dublin
2012: Open Your Eyes, Little Green Street Gallery, Dublin
2012: The Photocopy Club, London
2012: The Photocopy Club, Brighton
2012: Group Show, U-Bar, Dublin
2012: Homeless Gallery, D-Light Studios, Dublin