Roosmarijn Mascini ('85, The Netherlands) graduated in interdisciplinary art at the Royal Academy of Fine Art, The Hague. She works in different media and fields. The intuitive, spontanious and subjective story in relation to ones direct surroundings, where social agreements and accepted patterns rule, fascinates her. In this relation she is drawn to the seamy side or shifting point of things, where apparent opposites like banal and poetic, front and back, the known and the strange reverse or dissolve.
Since 2014 she is working together with Wies Arts on narrative musical performances as the duo RoosWiesBlauw. In the beginning of 2016 they founded the Hart Koor (Heart Choir), a diverse group of people living in the city of Rotterdam, with whom they performed the play Het Figuur waarvan het onmogelijk bleek de menselijke maat te nemen.
In 2017 RoosWiesBlauw brings together a new group of fellow citizens, De Levenden Lijve. This group will take part in the working proces towards a new play: Het mag geen naam hebben - over Venus en andere grafheuvels. Parts of this play will be performed and registerd on different locations in the city, like the deck of a boat, a tunnel or a taklift in the harbour.