Danielle Rosen is an interdisciplinary artist who received their BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (2011) and MFA from the University of Chicago (2013). Solo exhibitions include COYWOLF at TESSELLATE, Pontiac, MI (2018), HYDRA at 65grand, Chicago, IL (2017), TOTEMS at The Ski Club, Milwaukee, WI (2015), An Encyclopedia at Counterpath, Denver, CO (2014), and Mimicry is Borrowed Protection at Proximal Distance, Chicago, IL (2012). Selected group exhibitions include The Intuitive Language of an Extended Hand at Julius Caesar, Chicago (2019), LTDWear 3 at LVL3, Chicago (2018), Inside Job at MIAD, Milwaukee (2017), HOT at Produce Model Gallery, Chicago (2016), Looking Askance at GallerySKE, Delhi, India (2015), and Diegesis at the Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago (2013). Rosen has been an artist in residence at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Madison, ME (2018), JOYA in Parque Natural Sierra María-Los Vélez, Spain (2018), TESSELLATE in Pontiac, MI (2018), HEIMA in Seyðisfjörður, Iceland (2018), Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT (2018), and ACRE in Steuben, WI (2017). Public collections include the Douglas Fine Print Collection at the Denver Public Library and Special Collections in the Joseph Regenstein Library at the University of Chicago. Rescue Press published The Institute for Species Systemization: An Experimental Archive under the performative platform, Patricia Rose (2011). The Museum of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL have hosted performances by Patricia Rose (2017). Rosen’s work has been published or reviewed in various publications including Inside/Within, Jubilat, Pigeon: A Radical Animal Reader, Ugly Duckling Presse: Emergency Index, Ghost Town Literary Magazine, Chicago Reader, Bad at Sports, Voyage Chicago, Foundwork, and Newcity.