Rikki Rothenberg is a visual and performance artist. A native of Marblehead, MA, Rothenberg earned her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2004. Aſter moving to Portland, OR in 2005, she co-founded the performance group Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner with Katie Arrants and Kathleen Keogh. Together they have presented work at the Performática Festival in Mexico, Bumbershoot in Seattle, the Portland2010 Biennial (in collaboration with Oregon Painting Society), and PICA's TBA festival. Simultaneously, Rothenberg has continued her visual arts practice and her work has been shown in group exhibitions in various Portland galleries, including New American Art Union. Rothenberg is represented by Nationale in Portland. Rothenberg lives in Los Angeles and recently graduated with a masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Success is Possible
Authentic Movement as performance (2013)
45 min ongoing