Rebecca Bramwell Kent, United Kingdom
As a child I loved the diagrams in science text-books; the underlying patterns of life described and delineated. Magnetic fields, bee-dances and bird migration; feathers, atoms and cells. Copying in my exercise books, I was immersed in a world beyond the surface of everyday 'reality'. Later, in the writings of Blake, Hesse and Rilke, punk rock and LSD, I found experiences that resonated with mine
I am interested in how thought becomes matter. How artists create from both elemental ‘stuff’, and ‘the invisible’.
I find inspiration in travel, walking and staring out of windows. I read and listen - to philosophy, quantum physics, Rupert Sheldrake, Rilke and Alan Watts.