University for the Creative Arts - UCA Farnham
Josephine Rock's interdisciplinary practice encompasses sculpture, film, performance, text, and photography. Her working methodology is research-led, like that of an investigative journalist, pursuing wide-ranging concerns from the amplification of power relations connecting the body and technology within online communities of ‘Doxy Spotters,’ to the co-option of mindfulness by the US army.
Exhibitions include Fully Mad And Completely Credible (Brewery Tap, Folkestone), When Our Lips Speak Together (James Hockey Gallery, Farnham) and Prefix is Post (Lewisham Arthouse, London). She has been shortlisted for the Woon Foundation Prize 2018.