My research and writing acts within the parameters of art theory, subverting engagement through different literary and non-literary forms. Taking a situated approach to consider the artists’ practice, I attempt to draw out implications of my practical experience to highlight the artist’s activity of thinking-through-making process. I have presented my own work and ideas as part of symposia at various cultural and art organisations, including the ICA, and JW3, London, and curated exhibitions and projects with artists and other researchers as part of residencies at the Luminary, St Louis, USA, and Kunsthuis SYB, Friesland, NL. My writing has featured in Text zur Kunst, .Cent Magazine, Jewish Quarterly online and Site95. I am currently planning the development of my PhD research through new writing and presentation.

Rebecca has worked for the Barbican Centre, Modern Painters Magazine, and Hauser & Wirth in curatorial and archivist roles. She has organised educational projects, curated shows of contemporary artists, and worked at the V&A and Tate Archive as a researcher and writer. Most recently she took up at teaching position in Contextual and Critical studies at the International School for Creative Arts. She has also gained teaching experience at Goldsmiths College, Central School of Art and Design, and College of Contemporary Arts, London.  She has a BA(Hons) in Art History (UEA), an MA in Curating, and MPhil in Art Theory (Goldsmiths College).