Many Ways, 2015  
Artists   Abigail Reynolds ROKEBY Artist   
As an artist who uses the countryside and cityscape as a site for discovery and interpretation, one can locate Abigail Reynolds’ practice within the context of the British landscape tradition. Reynolds understands and explores the concept of place; considering our surroundings as historic, social, political, cultural and personal sites.

Historically Reynolds has mined books and photographs that she collects for images, which are then removed and deployed in different forms and configurations. In so doing the secondhand images not only serve as her initial place of research but ultimately become the material of her work.
Abigail Reynolds gradated from Goldsmiths in 2002. In 2013 she completed a two-year residency with Rambert Dance, which culminated in Double Fold a performance at Rambert’s new home on the South Bank. Other recent solo exhibitions include Ein Zeit-Punkt, Raum Mit Licht, Vienna, First Light, Plymouth College of Art, UK and A Common Treasury, Ambach and Rice, Los Angeles. The artist’s work has been included in group exhibitions at The Sir John Soane's Museum, London, Baltic 39, Newcastle, The Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall, Nottingham, Manchester City Art Gallery and Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Siegen amongst others.
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Exhibitions   Abigail Reynolds ROKEBY contemporary Art London
Peter Lanyon, Simon Keenleyside, Bradley Grievson, Abigail Reynolds, Vincent Hawkins, ROKEBY
  Abigail Reynolds
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