Time-based process artist and designer.

With influences from choreographer and director Wayne McGregor to artist Cornelia Parker, my work uses many mediums to explore a concept.

Currently part-way through an MA in Interior Design, I am developing a body of work that explores temporal materials such as water and society’s methods of ‘managing’ it. As well as this, I am deeply drawn to creating radically queer and inclusive spaces and the role social behaviours, interior design and architecture has within this.

I am open to summer positions and am currently fast developing my skillset, ready to design on a broader architectural level.




‘The duck becomes a symbol for me, in elegance.’
Rose Wylie





Interior Architecture
Temporary Spaces
Time-Based Processes
Material Change
Graphic Design
Video 
MA Interior Design (Currently)
University of Brighton

Ba(HONS) Graphic Design (2015)
Edinburgh College of Art


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EMAIL ︎︎︎ rebecca.z.archer AT gmail.com
INSTAGRAM ︎︎︎ @matterintention