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Ros Gray

Dr Ros Gray is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Critical Studies in the Art Department at Goldsmiths, where she has led the development of the MA Art & Ecology programme. In recent years, her research has increasingly focused on artistic interventions in the fields of soil care, cultivation and decolonial ecologies more broadly. Ros coordinates the Goldsmiths Allotment, which provides a space for plant cultivation, meditation and developing thinking around forms of ecological ‘care’ in the context of an educational institution. She is currently leading the planning of an Art Research Garden at Goldsmiths and has convened the CHASE series of lectures and workshops ‘What Can a Garden Be?’, which seeks to explore and challenge the coloniality of the garden through artistic research and activist practice that involves anti-racism, climate justice and rewilding