Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe is a conceptual artist and curator who focuses on themes of intimacy, archiving, digital labor and surveillance in the post-smartphone age. She primarily uses mediums of installation, text and performance. She has shown her work and performed at galleries internationally including: the FOMO Art Fair (UK), Boston Center for the Arts, Flux Factory, Area Gallery, Distillery Gallery, among others. Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe previously worked at T+H Gallery (Boston) as Assistant Director/Assistant Curator from 2015-2017. She then founded SPACE ONE TWO ONE (Boston), a domestic gallery project elevating underrepresented experimental artists; she served as Director/Curator from 2017-2019. She moved to NYC in 2019 for an artist/curatorial residency at Flux Factory. Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe received her B.A. from Rice University (Houston, TX). She currently lives in Brooklyn.