Rosa McElheny lives and works in New York. Her work derives from her research and everyday life, and for now includes subjects such as: listening, reading, getting dressed, the voice, the archive, the smart phone, institutional critique, independent publishing, social movements of the late 1960s, art movements of the early 1960s, jokes, puns, money, temperature, traffic, New York City, and more generally the circulation of things through space and time.