Fawn Rogers (born in Portland, Oregon) is a Los Angeles-based contemporary artist. Through painting, photography, video, and sculptural installation, Rogers addresses the idea of power as the currency of nature and human interaction, while her aesthetic incorporates realism, conceptualism, and the synthesis of text and image. Concerned with systems of the natural world and social constructionism, her art accepts nature as a full range of existence, including violence, innocence, and invention. She has shown her paintings, photographs, and conceptual installations in museums and galleries, alongside non-traditional locations on four continents.
Rogers’ non-traditional exhibition, “Jewels, Gods, and Dust,” was a three-story site-specific installation displayed in Pune, India in 1993. Other works also include, “Kokoro” in Tokyo in 1995, and “Earth to Hand” in Marche, Italy in 1999.