Residency dates: 29 October – 23 November 2012
During her residency the following people visited Rachel in the studio:
Dave Hoyland, director at Seventeen Gallery
Kate MacFarlane, co-director at The Drawing Room
Ellen Mara De Wachter, curator at 176
Caroline Achaintre, artist
Sarah Williams, visual arts gallery manager at Jerwood
Anne-Marie Waton, exhibition co-ordinator at Camden Arts Centre
Rachel Adams completed an MA in Fine Art at the University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh College of Art (2004-2009).
Rachel is the co-director and co-founder of Rhubaba Gallery and Studio, Edinburgh.
Recent solo exhibitions include Tramway 5, Tramway, Glasgow (upcoming), 2013; Posturing, as part of the Sculpture Show, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 2012; Refurnished, Galerie De Expeditie Amsterdam, Holland, 2012; Cut From Whole Cloth, domobaal, London, 2011; Marble Mouthed, the duchy, Glasgow, 2011; The Compleat Lounger, The Shop, Cambridge, UK, 2011. Recent group exhibitions include Objectified: Sculpture Today, Saatchi Gallery, London, 2013; Artlicks Pavilion, ICA, London, 2012; Pavilion, David Dale Gallery and Studios, Glasgow, 2012; Arrives in Starting, The Lighthouse, curated by The Duchy, Glasgow International, 2012; Art Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Galerie De Expeditie, Amsterdam, Holland, 2012; LABF, Whitechapel Gallery, London, domobaal, 2011; Look with all your eyes, Look, Frith Street Gallery, London, 2011.
Candice produced a new body of work during her time at Standpoint including a video work entitled Yeah Yeah Yeah. 2013, which was presented during her final event and one night exhibition WORK BITCH in the gallery space at Standpoint.