Megan Rudden is an artist and writer currently based in Glasgow working across performance, object making, text based work and drawing. By focusing on materiality within an interdisciplinary practice, her work reflects on the various intersections which shape contemporary ideas of identity. Often working in response to site, Megan attempts to create non-linear, transhistorical narratives which consider the body as central to understanding language and our environment. Her recent work explores ghosts and haunting as a way to question our current realities. She has performed and exhibited at various locations across the UK including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and at the back of a car park in Dundee. Megan is currently undertaking postgraduate study in Art Writing at Glasgow School of Art.