Lizzy Rose is an artist that works with film, video, photography and recently watercolours. She graduated from a BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Her 2010 film work, "Electricity in the Stones", a travelogue film seeming to document a number of church ruins scattered across the Romney Marshes, was shown in Art in Romney Marsh and Telling Stories. In 2012 she participated in Artists Access to Art Colleges scheme with University of Creative Arts in Kent. Her work "Prefab Archive" documenting a soon to be demolished that she has family connections to was shown at Whitstable Biennale Satellite Programme and at the Prefab Museum curated by Elisabeth Blanchet. In 2011-2012 she led a community group at Margate Museum to curate three historical exhibitions, Talking about my generation: Mods, Rockers and Margate and In Their Words: Mods Rockers and Margate, as well as an exhibition on the early Georgian history of the town. She has been Assistant Curator at LIMBO in Margate since 2012. Born in Brisbane Australia in 1988, Lizzy now lives and works in Margate, Kent.

Email lizzyrosequartz@ gmail.com

Twitter: @video_lizzy