Artist, composer and turntablist based in New York City. Her work has explored the social and situational contexts of music-making and digital/analogue culture in a variety of formats, including performance, installation, composition, photography and video. Her music includes large, multi-player performances involving custom playing techniques, graphic scores, visual elements, costumes and improvisation by both musicians and non-musicians; electro-acoustic sound installations for multiple speakers; and solo and ensemble compositions involving acoustic instruments, turntables and electronics. Rosenfeld exclusively plays her own custom acetate records or 'dub plates' and is a frequent performer in the improvised music scene of New York and Europe. She has been on the faculty of the Milton Avery School of the Arts at Bard College since 2003.