Kathleen Rogers is a London based contemporary artist. Her installation and video projection artworks are inspired and informed by the scientific disciplines of cell biology, molecular genetics and the biological sciences. She has exhibited internationally in public and contemporary art museums, festivals and conferences in Europe and the USA in contexts for interdisciplinary art, science and technology. Most recently at the newly refurbished Royal Institution of Great Britain, London (2008) Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland( 2008) Centaal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands (2007) and Mutamorphosis, Prague (2007). She collaborates with others in an interdisciplinary context to develop artworks on the themes of consciousness, ecology, biology and genetics.
In 1985 she obtained her MA degree in Experimental Media from the Slade School of Art London University College, UK.
Earlier exhibitions include, the Central Space Gallery (London, 1990), the Exeter Memorial Museum (Exeter, 1991), the Walter Phillips Gallery (Canada, 1992), the Virtual Museum (Cleveland, 1995), the Belluard Bulwark (Switzerland, 1996), the Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, 1996), the Centre for Contemporary Arts (Vilnius, 1998), the Millais Gallery (Southampton, 1999), the Kettles Yard Gallery (NOISE Project, Cambridge, 2000), the Headlands Centre for the Arts, (Marin, USA, 2001) the Lab (The Gateway Project, San Francisco, 2002), the National Gallery for the Arts, (Onufri, Tirana, 2003) and many others; also within the frameworks of "State of the Image" (Antwerp, Cultural Capital of Europe, 1993). Her video works have been screened at festivals such as Ars Electronica (Linz), Femme Totalle (Dortmund), the European Media Art Festival (Osnabruck), the New Visions Media Festival (Glasgow), the Video Fest (Berlin), Konzept Art von Frauen (Bremen), Video Positive (Liverpool), the Edinburgh Film Festival (Edinburgh) and others. Lectures and presentations given at different conferences and symposiums at venues such as the British Film Institute (London), the Royal College of Art (London), I.S.E.A. (Helsinki), the University of Wales ( Consciousness Reframed, Newport), Cambridge University (National Science Week, Cambridge), Berkeley University (American Association of Anthropology, USA), University of Arizona (Towards a Science of Consciousness), University of Northern Arizona (Arts, Culture, Nature, USA), also at the French Ministry of Culture, (Paris) and "Documenta X" (Kassel).