Rebecca works at the juncture of participatory visual art and art education; exploring the point where participation becomes collaboration. She creates site-specific works, which are multimedia, often incorporating elements of ceramics and film.
Her work responds to the everyday, the things she sees, uses and does. Rebecca is fascinated by the idea that everything in time is temporary. She uses organic materials and process to allow work to be instinctive in form, which is countered by the meticulous placing and installation of the work.
She works with schools, galleries and hospitals to widen participation in, and enable access to the arts. She does this through creative collaborations with groups of all ages.