I am consumed by the concept of a cultural zeitgeist, by ideas that are so large they have been shared amongst countless cultures over the ages. I am fascinated by what makes us human. My artwork centers around our religions and faith, our history and archaeology, our genders and emotions.
I paint nudes with a twist, no live humans are used in my works. I use the latest in 3D technology to explore the concept of humanity, posing, shaping, lighting and texturing my lifeless figures until they take on a life of their own. I then take the results and create a painting, bringing my humanity with all it’s flaws into the pristine computer generated render. I unite the possibilities of the computer with the unlimited possibilities of human ability to create a unique painting. I explore humanity by looking at what makes us people. our emotions, our beliefs, our fears and the ways we treat each other.
The human body has held constant fascination for Jennie Rosenbaum, partly due to her studies in art history and anatomy, and partly due to her own relationship with her body, both in image and after a car accident that left her with a chronic pain disability.
Third Birthday Exhibition- Artboy Gallery, Prahran VIC
Fanboy Vs Artboy: Ladies Night – Artboy Gallery, Prahran VIC
The Kinglake Project – The Cube Gallery, Richmond, VIC
Messengers of the Gods - Dome Gallery, Mission to Seafarers, VIC
Punk Milk Dreams – Punk Milk Gallery, Frankston, VIC
Punk Milk Group Exhibition – Punk Milk Gallery, Frankston, VIC
A.R.T Revolution Taipei – Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei, TW
Fanboy Vs Artboy: Fairytales and Fables – Artboy Gallery, Prahran VIC
Steamscape – Post Industrial Design, Footscray VIC