A recipient of the Adrian Howells Award for Intimate Performance 2019, Rhiannon works across a variety of mediums, predominantly digital, to find the most suitable way to engage audiences within a given issue or setting.
One of Rhiannon's recent ongoing projects, the Slow GIF Movement, explores the online phenomenon of GIFs, and reimagines the usually fleeting images as slow, durational artworks. The Slow GIF Movement seeks to counter the idea that GIF culture is contributing to hostility of online space by encouraging a community built around calming, gently looping GIFs.
For more information about Rhiannon's work, be sure to visit her website.
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