Carmen Rocher was born in 1976 in Buenos Aires.
She obtained a degree in Visual Arts at IUNA (National University Institute of Arts) in 2004. She graduated as a National Teacher in Fine Arts at the Prilidiano Pueyrredón National College (2000). She did the Postgraduate Specialization course in Combined Artistic Languages at (IUNA).
She has participated in workshops and works analysis with Diana Aisemberg, Cynthia Kampelmacher, Ernesto Ballesteros, Fabiana Barreda, and Cora Mayer.
She won a scholarship at the National Musem of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires to attend the “Clínicas de Pintura” (Painting Clinics) works analysis program there (2004).
Her works have been exhibited in different galleries and national and international museums. Her individual exhibition “Orbits” (2007), and the exhibition of drawings and objects “Sky’s Fish” (2005) may be stressed, both at Juana de Arco Art Gallery in Buenos Aires.
She was selected to participate in the “Salón Nacional de Artes Visuales“ (Visual Arts National Exhibition) in 2008, 2005 and 2003.
She has also participated in collective exhibitions, most remarkable of which were “Big Sensations” at Galería Prima Art Gallery (2009); “Rooms N17 Jane Mobile Home Art Gallery” at Yoyogi National Stadium in Tokio (2008); “ArteBa 08” at Juana de Arco Art Gallery; “Aglutinate-Contaminate-Fuse” in Mexico (2007) and “The Mystical Lamb Polyptych” at Mapa Líquido Art Gallery (2007).
She coordinated the multimedia artwork of the “Cosmic Dragon” group, within the multimedia festival “Jurassic Fugue”, at the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales “Bernardino Rivadavia” (‘Bernardino Rivadavia‘ Argentinean Natural Science Museum) in Buenos Aires (2006).
She is now teaching at Lanús National University (UNLA) and at the “Instituto Superior de Formación Docente IFSA Manuel Belgrano” (‘Manuel Belgrano Teachers’ Formation and Training Superior Institute, IFSA‘)
In 2010 she began to participate in the research project “Urban Art: post-graffiti in the city of Buenos Aires” at Lanús National University (UNLA).
Sin Título (Diciembre 2009/Marzo 2010.)
Intervención del espacio de la Galería Prima. Varillas de lámparas de papel, motor de microondas.
Roaming space (2006)
Objetual video installation.
This work was made and exhibit in 2006, at Bernardino Rivadavia Argentine Museum of Natural Science, Buenos Aires, Argentina