Rochelle Goldberg (born 1984 in Vancouver, lives and works in New York) is a Canadiansculptress. Her recent exhibitions include “The Plastic Thirsty” solo exhibition at the Sculpture Center in New York and the “Mirror Cells” group exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York (2016). Other major institutional exhibitions have included:“Cyborg Seduction”, BARRO, Buenos Aires (2016); “Okayama Art Summit”, Okayama, Japan (2016); “Roadside Picnic”, Kunstverein Dortmund (2016); “Descartes' Daughter”, Swiss Institute, (2013).
Catalogue documenting the Canadian artist's most important works to date and a specially commissionned installation. Her steel structures and ceramic works represent menacing hybrid-species engaged in a role play of predator and prey. Includes an essay by Golberg, texts by critics and curators, and a conversation between art historian Leah Pires and neuroscientist Sara Constantino.