gentian rhosa meikleham is an artist and writer working between multiple media with a focus on interrelation, multiplicity, voicing and poetics. Through poetic reflections she is interested in how the embodied voice might reconfigure and complicate the binary poles of presence and absence; inside and outside, private and public, personal and political.
gentian rhosa meikleham holds a BA in Art & Philosophy from the University of Dundee Scotland. Previously she has worked within the artist led initiative, Generator Projects, Dundee and was a co-curator of After School Special—a night for artistic experimentation and performative happenings based in Bergen. She co-founded aerial, alongside Stacy Brafield and Laurie Lax—an artist led space for socially engaged art practice in Nordnes, Bergen. She is producer and editor of speakerspeaker—a printed journal and podcast platform for experimental writing, critical dialogue, and sound art works. Currently she works as a Research Assistant at the University of Bergen with Brandon LaBelle organising the Communities in Movement Project—exploring space for collaborative and experimental research, sound culture and artistic community making.