Sagging, soft folds, corpulent curves and creases.
Glimpsing subtleties, vignettes of virgin fibres, titillated by gentle rhythmic breath. Erect.
Binds of emulsified jellies, lay flaccid in shallow sumps.
Rebecca Ounstead is a current member of One Thoresby Street and lives and works in Nottingham. Rebecca graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2012. Since graduating she has undertaken residencies both in the UK and Europe, been selected for multiple open shows such as: Exeter Phoenix and Nottingham Castle 2012 and 2013 as well as commissioned to produce new work for Bristol Art Weekender by Hand In Glove and Bloc Projects, Sheffield. In 2014 Rebecca was appointed Programmer for the Attic Gallery at One Thoresby Street, curating and programming a series of group shows, talks programme, social events, performances and residencies in order to further develop and explore her current concerns in: gender politics, capital, commodity, sexuality, display, experience, and interaction.
Recent shows include solo show, Tassels ’n’ That, Bloc Projects, Sheffield, No Grey Areas, Haha Gallery, Southampton and Hotel Maria Kapel, Amsterdam. Rebecca is currently developing new work in collaboration with Funktionlust for their upcoming EP launch and for FOAM, a touring project curated by Mat Jenner.