Rachel Levine often works with casting and replication processes, these methods of production inform both the aesthetic and conceptual bases of their work. Levine is interested in transforming the image and materiality of objects as a way of interrogating our perceptions and experiential states and translating the ineffable into a material vocabulary. Levine’s work also takes the form of texts and installations; recently their work has focused on ideas of interiority and exteriority in relation to both the physical and the psychological.
Rachel Levine lives and works in Glasgow, Levine received a B.A in Sculpture from the Glasgow School of Art in 2013. Solo exhibitions include: Calquing, Rond Point Projects, Marseille, France, Material Anxiety, Concrete, The Hayward Gallery, London, Soft Chaos, Intermedia Gallery, CCA, Glasgow. Group exhibitions include: I Know Amy, Glasgow, Time Regained, SWG3, Fold Up Snap On, The Pipe Factory, Glasgow International Visual Art Festival, Hydrapagena, The Botanic Gardens, Glasgow International Visual Art Festival, Vernissage, The Royal Standard, Liverpool, Dear Green, ZKU, Berlin, Germany and New Contemporaries at The Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh Levine has been awarded residencies at Triangle France, The Banff Centre, Canada, The Scottish Sculpture Workshops and Home Workspace, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, Lebanon.