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Rosemary Taylor is based in Edinburgh and is currently studying for a Masters of Fine Art Degree in Art, Society and Publics at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, University of Dundee, Scotland.
Presently she creates work that serves to draw attention to connections between her own and other cultures, the selection and use of materials and the language surrounding the work of female artists engaged with the use of fabric. In being drawn to the qualities that working in a morphogenetic method with the hands allows, she is establishing a practice where attentiveness, the individuality of the hand-made, slow working and material consideration is valued. In this way the importance of tradition and heritage are acknowledged and interwoven into the work.