Rose Briccetti is an intermedia artist and professor living and working between Southern CA and Florida. She has a BFA from the Sam Fox School of Art at Washington University in St. Louis and an MFA from The University of California, Santa Barbara. Her work has been exhibited internationally at spaces including SOMArts, The Santa Paula Museum of Art, The Dickinson Museum Center, Eastside International, PØST, and Left Field Gallery. Briccetti’s work has been featured in Flavorwire, The Advocate, Jezebel, and Apartment Therapy.
Her interdisciplinary and intermedia practice combines deep historical, artistic, and scientific research with art-making to re-present natural and cultural histories through a feminist lens. She surrealistically weaves together strange truths, biology, museology, cultural myths, internet culture, and personal experience using humor and vivid visuals. Her most recent work investigates the intersection of natural and cultural histories of specific plants, particularly those used ethnobotanically for women's health.