In her practice, Rebecca uses the motif of the home to grapple with elements of her identity. Contextualised on a working-class background, Rebecca explores the housing instability she experienced growing up and its impact on her formation of memories, perspective on community and family, and its ties to her experience of grief. Rebecca’s art at its core is deeply personal, however by focussing around universally felt themes (stability, community, and loss) she seeks to connect with those who are able to empathise in some capacity.
Rebecca is trained in sculpture and enjoys producing larger works that are designed with human interaction in mind. These works mostly incorporate elements of metal, textiles, and plant-life. Rebecca’s practice, however, also branches into the realms of digital artistry, painting, and writing.