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Rachel Grant is a freelance curator based in Aberdeen, Scotland. She is currently working as a Shadow Curator at Peacock Visual Arts for their ‘Curatorial Fellowship’, an educational platform for artist/curators and curators in the North East.
She takes a context specific approach to project development. Her practice often involves cross disciplinary and collaborative processes and she attempts to remain sensitive to the importance of site in this process; a food bank, a library, an industrial estate are all sites of previous projects.
Recent works include ‘The Air We Breathe’ (2017-18) and ‘Encounters with food’ (2017), her current research surrounds themes of critical feminist practice, oil cultures and arts ecologies. Up and coming projects include ‘States of Living; architecture, body, objects’ (Jan 2020) and residencies in Shetland and Brazil.
Since 2014 she has been lecturing at Gray’s School of Art on an ad hoc basis and she continues to work part time in retail.