Our sculptures by multidisciplinary artist Rebecca Ackroyd, are frighteningly deep and foreign, which impact the viewer at first sight.
Born in Cheltenham, UK, she offers a proposal associated with the metaphor between body and building, through techniques such as sculpture, installation, work on paper, drawing and mixed.
And it is that for this emerging artist, the pipes become limbs, the vents into holes and the frames into rib cages that create characters surreal.
The practice of rebecca ackroyd it consists of delving into existing objects and memories to reconfigure them into something new. Scratch out the psychological issues and expose the guts of how you feel.
this way too architecture and sexuality in strange ways and nightmare, are drawn from memory and history to confront the viewer with new notions of femininity and power.
Likewise, his installations offer fictional dreamscapes that cast harsh realities, inspired by changing moods.
At the age of 36, the British creative creates pieces ranging from the strikingly bold and absurd to the subtle and intimate.
So in this way the work Rebecca Ackroyd pursues a feminist exploration of the psychology of space and the ownership of bodies.
Graduated from the Royal Academy Schools, she has had various exhibitions in London, Norway, Germany, in addition to exhibiting his pieces in various international galleries.
Rebecca Ackroyd, known for her half-human sculptures, is very strict when it comes to the use of materials, as they must be very determined for how she wants her work to feel.