Rhiannon Hunter’s work explores the navigation of physical space, belonging, boundaries and ownership.

Her work has a strong linear aesthetic, often using repetition and a characteristic black and white colour palette to construct images that are inspired by urban environments and communal living.

The explorative process of making work by hand is an important part of rendering what is physically certain into a visually satisfying image.

Rhiannon is a multidisciplinary artist. She trained in Fine Art Textiles at Goldsmiths University, London, has written for arts journals and has exhibited internationally.