The Reality of Potential Myriad Worlds

This installation piece blends ideas of wonder at nature and the landscape with notions of perceived realities. I aim to question human constructs through this work, with the overlapping and layering of images representing different ways of understanding the world or what is experienced. The images used in this work are old etchings which are now ‘public domain’ imagery. The decision to use these images is a comment on the place that we find ourselves at now. These images throw up so many questions for me and the installation brings them together in a deliberate ‘car crash’ of intersecting cultures that morph into more comforting biophilic forms.


Becky is an artist and illustrator based in York.
She combines a variety of processes to create her work; collage, print-making, stitch and drawing are used most frequently along with digital processes.
She recently completed an MA in Creative Practice at Leeds Arts University, where her practice was deeply influenced by research into ritual.  
Visually her work is an eclectic mix of historic and contemporary visual culture, that explores the themes of  ritual, play and wonder.

“I am interested in developing large scale interactive artworks that offer audiences a form of escapism or allow them agency over the work in some way.”

Becky worked as a lecturer in Art and Design and now uses her teaching experience to extend her practice by working with the public and community groups. She believes that art plays a vital role in people’s lives and that everyone should have the opportunity for creative expression.

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