Represented by Sutton Gallery. David Rosetzky works predominantly in video and photographic formats, creating scenarios in which human behaviour, identity, subjectivity, contemporary culture and community come under intimate observation. He has been making portraits since the early 1990s, using the format to explore relationships between diametrically opposed states of being, including reality and fantasy, authenticity and artificiality. Technically and aesthetically precise, Rosetzky’s work is stylised, moody and strikingly beautiful, and often resembles the idealised images found in high-end advertising and screen culture. Rosetzky has a strong international reputation, having participated in international projects that include The Third ICP Triennial of Photography and Video, exhibited at the International Centre for Photography, New York, 2009; Viewpoints & Viewing Points: Asian Art Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2009; and Face Up, Hamburger Bahnhoff, Berlin, 2003. Rosetzky lives and works in his birthplace, Melbourne.