Rebecca Reeve is a British multidisciplinary artist based in New York. Working in sculpture, painting, and photography she produces site-specific temporal works in the natural environment, often using familial household objects to frame the scene. The landscape and biological rhythms are a source for investigation and perceptual experimentation in her lush, photographic works.
AIRIE Asks is a new online initiative led by Helen Toomer, AIRIE’s Executive Director, in which she asks fellows of the residency program a series of questions related to their time spent within the Everglades, how it affected them and their practice and what they are working on now. For the second episode AIRIE Asks Rebecca Reeve to share her experience as an artist-in-residence in 2012 and how this time in the Everglades influenced her photographic practice.