Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe is a conceptual artist and independent curator. Her curatorial and conceptual work focus on themes of digital labor, surveillance capitalism, archiving, intimacy and personal mythology (especially queer) during the post-smartphone age. Her newest work/emerging curatorial practice is deeply invested in plant-centered work/bio-art and eco-anxiety. She has shown/performed at various galleries/institutions including: FOMO Art Book Fair (UK), Boston Center for the Arts, Area Gallery, Flux Factory and Distillery Gallery. Rory assistant-directed/curated critically acclaimed contemporary gallery, T+H Gallery, for its entire tenure in Boston (2015-17), serving directly under its founders. She then founded/directed experimental gallery, Space One Two One (SOTO), from 2017 to 2019; SOTO served as a platform to elevate underrepresented Boston artists with exhibitions in conversation with the domestic space. Rory moved to NYC for an artist/curatorial residency at Flux Factory in 2019. She currently lives in Brooklyn.