Head of Undergraduate Studies, Senior Lecturer Fine Art
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Rebecca Court works across a range of disciplines including performance, installation, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Her practice challenges the role and potential of the physical presence of the viewer in the exhibition space in the construct of staged participation and acknowledged/ unacknowledged co-collaborative production. She is Head of Postgraduate Taught Programmes at Birmingham School of Art.
Rebecca is currently undertaking her PhD.
Artist as Puppeteer, Artwork as Puppet, Viewer as Performer? ; the establishment of a non-hierarchical acknowledged or unacknowledged collaborative production of art work in the context of the exhibition space.
Investigating notions of spectatorship, participation and the implicated body; her research explores the artistic mechanisms and curatorial conditions that can be employed by artists in the production of a co-dependent work.