Rebecca Waterstone's multi-disciplinary practice centres on the materiality of place and experience.

My practice centres on the materiality of place and experience. My inquiry results in assemblages of found objects, films, photographs, paintings, collage, and works using beeswax. Drawn from investigation of (and immersion in) natural, industrial and domestic environments, the works attempt to distill my experiences, and immersion in specific places, into objects or abstracted imagery that resonate with the qualities found there. Surfaces are sensual and tactile, embodying place through local pigment. Quiet, meditative, abstracted images and forms contain potent environmental, material residue, the materials are often time-worn, with subtle mark-making from years of human intervention. I have curated and written for a number of contemporary art projects. My practice involves researching, writing, documenting and exhibiting, both in Australia and internationally.

Drawing in the Expanded Field

http://www.rebeccawaterstone.com

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