Caroline Rothwell (b. 1967, UK/Australia) is a multidisciplinary, concept driven artist whose practice spans over 20 years. Her work explores systems of the natural world alongside the scientific and technological.
Rothwell was born in Hull, England, and has a BA from University of the Arts London, an MFA in sculpture from Hunter College, City University of New York and University of Auckland. She currently lives in Sydney, Australia. Recent curated projects include: The Lady and the Unicorn: collection bestiary, Art Gallery of New South Wales (2018); Frágil, XIII Biennale of Cuenca, Ecuador (2016); Antipodes: cut apart, Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK (2016); Another Green World, Western Plains Cultural Centre (2017); Inspiracje, Trafo Centre for Contemporary Art, Poland (2017); Composer, commission for Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (2016); Habit, Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia (2015), Dark Heart: 2014 Biennial of Australian Art at Art Gallery of South Australia; Urpflanze Street Plants, Museum of Economic Botany (2014).