Brittan Rosendahl's art develops as a response to untraditional materials and conditions of expiration. He considers himself a conceptual artist stirred to action by imagery and circumstance. His movements energize materials which have lost vitality.
Rosendahl lives and works in New Orleans, LA. In the last 2 years, he's primarily made his living as a freelance arts preparator. The bulk of his efforts divided between the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Tulane's Newcomb Museum, and the CAC (Contemporary Arts Center). He was also employed by Prospect New Orleans (P4), and is looking forward to the possibilities of P5.
His work can be found in the Franklin Furnace Archive, as well as in the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Public Health School Collection. Brittan had an image displayed at the Nebraska State Capitol in the office of State Senator Tanya Cook. Two digital prints by Rosendahl were included in DAM Projects 2014 showcase: Sunday School #1. Letter From New Orleans at A_SPACE in London, England. Most recently, he was included in VICE media's print publication, the Truth and Lies issue, under the heading: Distorted Realities.
Rosendahl holds a BFA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an MFA from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA.