Rebecca Rose

Rebecca Rose is an award winning new media artist exploring various collage methods.


Trial of the Century
An Innocent Man
The Court of Public Opinion


Rebecca Rose is a Florida-based, award-winning new media artist who’s work explores deeply narrative stories told through 3d spatially collaged animations, using various methods: analog, digital, sculptural, animated, holographic, 3D, and immersive installations, among others.

She received her BFA, and graduated cum laude, from Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, and was an Artist-in-Residence at Ox-Bow/School of the Art Institute, Chicago, and The Joan Mitchell Center, New Orleans. She has received numerous grants, including from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Andy Warhol Foundation, Andrew Mellon Foundation, Willem De Kooning Foundation, and Bloomberg Philanthropic. Rebecca’s digital work can be found on SuperRare and bespoke drops include Noble Gallery and CoinDesk’s 2023 Most Influential list.

Rebecca’s work has been shown domestically and abroad, including at The Whitney Museum, in New York; Miami Art Week; the Kennedy Center, in Washington, DC; and the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. Her work has also been featured in Mensa Magazine, PBS, music videos by Yo-Yo Ma, and in the recent documentary “The Rise and Fall of NFTs” by Heni Talks and Atomized Films.



Rebecca Rose
Rebecca Rose

Artists in Residence: AiR I