Mary Rosengren is a visual artist whose installations and media works respond to overlays between images in art and science and the visualisation of dynamic systems. Her research of vegetation in extreme environments has taken her from the saltbush of Lake Mungo, NSW to sites in the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland, the Antarctic Peninsular and into significant scientific collections and facilities in the UK and Australia, recently to CSIRO Bological Collections and Australian Synchrotron. In 2011 Mary received an Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) Synapse6 Residency to research CSIRO Bological Collections and was CSIRO Discovery’s 2012 Artist in Residence. (NSW). Her work has been exhibited in the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia and is represented in national and private collections in Australia, USA and the United Kingdom. Mary is currently a Lecturer in Visual Art at La Trobe University and is an Adjunct Research Associate with Institute for Land Water and Society (ILWS), Charles Sturt University.