Arabel Rosillo de Blas
is a visual artist whose sculpture and site-specific interventions function as social commentary. Focusing her lens on material culture and the ‘feminine’ tactile environment, she investigates wider issues of power relationships, exploitation and inequality. Through small objects as well as large-scale installations, she explores phenomenological encounters with objects and spaces.
Arabel Rosillo de Blas’s work explores our relationship to place and our domestic environment. Using everyday domestic objects and materials she creates works that are presented in specific settings, and are often created collaboratively with communities. Recent projects include Freehold, commissioned by UH Galleries, St Albans Museum 2015.