Michelle Rosenberg (b. Manchester, UK)  is an artist and architect who works with a range of materials to make installations and sculptures that examine existing systems and re-code familiar objects.  Her past projects have included embedding whistles into walls and creating secret languages out of litter. She currently makes delicate sculptures with used brooms that The New Yorker Magazine says “subverts half a dozen art-historical genres”.

Exhibition venues include: the Royal College of Art (London),  Kuandu Museum of Art (Taipei), Exit Art, Gerald Peters Gallery and Louis B James (New York), Western Exhibition (Chicago), and Small a Projects (Portland, Oregon). She has created outdoor public art installations at Socrates Sculpture Park, University Settlement and The Peekskill Project (New York), Johns Hopkins University and Artscape (Baltimore).  She has been awarded residencies at Skowhegan School of Sculpture and Painting, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and Triangle Arts, among others.
Michelle holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters of Fine Art from Hunter College in New York. She lives and works in New York City and the Hudson Valley.