Rachel Wilberforce is a contemporary artist working with photography, video and installation. Heavily researched, Wilberforce's practice investigates the construction of images and representation. Her work reflects on the human condition through psychological, cultural and social constructs; playing on the tension between reality and fiction, and the public/private. An ongoing interest lies in the exploration of family dynamics and contemporary society through the idea of the residual, theatrical and liminal within the everyday.
Wilberforce has presented work nationally to include Stanley Picker Gallery, UK (2009), Open Eye Gallery, UK (2007), Tate Modern, UK (2007), The Freud Museum, UK (2007), Leeds City Art Gallery, UK (2006), Courtauld Institute of Art, UK (2006), Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), UK (2005), and internationally to include Van Abbe Museum of Contemporary Art, The Netherlands (2009), Galerie Dana Charkasi, Vienna (2009), Ron Mandos Gallery, The Netherlands (2007), Chaos Gallery, Serbia (2005), Raid Projects Gallery, USA (2004).