is an artist with a practice across Drawing, Photography, and Writing. She completed her PhD at Sheffield Hallam University in 2020, which explored Conceptual Poetics, and the materiality of language. She is interested in the production of artist books, using the page space to explore hybrid image and text experiments. Her work meanders through existing texts, fragmenting narratives, appropriating text, using association, error, and distraction to visualise how sense might be sought, rejected, and re-fused. Her latest book read(writ)ing words is available from Penteract Press. For more information visit www.rachelartsmith.com
. Her work appears in NationalPoetryMonth.ca.