Carrie Mae Rose is currently building poetic models of garments for space emigration based on Rudolf Steiner's system of subtle bodies.
These garments will assist the human transition from a terrestrial to a solar species that is projected to occur between 2028 - 2045.
All who are upon the path, whether the path of occultism or mysticism, are weaving the ‘golden wedding garment’ by both
inner alchemical work and by outer service, whereby they transmute the body, building it into the incorruptible body of light,
which the aspirant weaves, thread by golden thread, deed by selfless deed.
By sacrifice and service the ‘golden wedding garment’ forms as an amalgamation of the golden substance ‘emanated
from and by the spirit of the sun,’ which, when of sufficient density, shall enable us to‘soar into the higher spheres.’
- Max Heindel
Carrie Mae Rose is a sculptor, seeker and technologist whose research overlaps into the fields of fine art, technology, fashion, science and mysticism. The central theme of her work for the last 12 years has been around vulnerability and protection, both personal security and national security. During a Computational Fashion Fellowship with Eyebeam Art & Technology Center this last year, her focus has shifted to help humanity survive and thrive in outer space. She has exhibited, spoken and participated in events with MoMA, Brooklyn Museum, Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund, Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, Microsoft Social Computing Symposium, NY Hall of Science, Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, IgniteNYC, Business Volunteers for the Arts, Princeton Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department and Parsons The New School for Design. Recently in New York she has exhibited work in BETA Spaces, Devotion Gallery, Galerie Protégé, Gallery 151, Con Artist Collective, Eyebeam Art & Technology Center and this Spring in a new online MoMA project entitled Design & Violence. Carrie Mae holds a B.A. from Prescott College and an M.F.A. in Design & Technology from Parsons The New School for Design.