Artists pushing boundaries of form and content
Tim Roseborough is a digital artist and musician living and working in San Francisco, California. Mining the past and the subconscious of our society to highlight profound, but under-recognized notions and ideas, his animations, installations, and videos focus on cultural phenomena and artifacts that have been lost, ignored, or forgotten.
Tim Roseborough’s artwork and exhibitions can be seen in numerous publications, including Artforum, Art In America, ARTnews, Hyperallergic.com, the San Francisco Chronicle, SF Arts Monthly, the SF Examiner, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. He has performed and shown artwork at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the 2012 and 2010 ZERO1 New Media Biennials, SOMArts, Pro Arts Gallery, Root Division, Performance Art Institute, Artexpo New York, The Garage, Yerba Buena Night art festival, and Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco. In 2012, Mr. Roseborough presented “A Puzzling Display,” an online artwork and accompanying exhibition at the New Art Center, New York. He was a nominee for the 2012 SFMOMA SECA Award and was awarded residencies at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, ASC Projects in San Francisco, and School of Visual Art in New York, among others.