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    Lives and works in London 

    ‘From a purely theoretical perspective, mathematically speaking, if you were to fold an A4 sheet of printer paper 0.05 mm thick 103 times, the thickness of the paper would be the diameter of the observable universe. My new work attempts to visualise and compress time, folding an elemental material to create smaller universes.’

    Rebecca Kunzi is interested in histories, place, and time. She selects, visits and researches sites and these act as the springboard for her to respond through drawing. Kunzi contextualises all her works as drawings, but these works take the form of wall drawings, paperworks, sculptures, or writing. She considers herself a tool in facilitating these works rather than their author, excavating some 'thing' from time and space, her objective to reveal something new.


    Discovering Cities - A Sensory Excavation of Sheffield, The Holt, Sheffield (2017)
    7 at 4, Four Space, London (2016)
    Mermaid Court, The Art Academy, London (2015)
    Drawing in Conversation, Islington Arts Factory, London (2014)
    If I Had a Heart, Six Gallery, Bournemouth (2013)
    The Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings and mac, Birmingham (2012)
    The Contemporary Eye, The InQbate Space, Brighton (2011)
    Fragments, NUCA Student Gallery, Norwich (2011)
    Residues and Atrocities, Wimbledon College of Art, London (2010).


    Graduate Programme, The Art Academy, 2015 & 2017

    BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting, Wimbledon College of Art, 2009-2012

    Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, Lincoln College, 2007

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