Ebony Rose's art stems from a fascination with time, perception, and how we interact with and embody our surroundings. In installations and site-specific work, she employs sculpture, drawing, and painting processes to heighten intangible mediums such as light, wind, and air currents. She is interested in creating contemplative and reflective installations that calm the body and enhance how we interact with the natural world. Rose received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and her MFA from the University of Victoria. She has been awarded artist residencies in Colorado, Germany, British Columbia and Japan. In 2017 she was long-listed among six artists for the Vancouver Contemporary Art Award and in 2018 she was a recipient of a Canada Council for the Arts Grant. She has been curated into a number of exhibitions. Ebony lives in Vancouver, on unceded Coast Salish territories.