Becky Warnock is a London based visual artist and activist, whose work engages with the politics of representation and questions of identity. Her projects do not adhere to traditional notions of authorship, instead her practice is rooted in participation and community engagement. She is passionate about social justice and using the arts as a platform to stimulate dialogue and exchange. Her work is informed by social practice, focusing on conversation and process, reconsidering artistic outcomes and challenging audiences.

She has collaborated with organisations such as Photoworks, Photofusion, HOUSE Biennial and PhotoVoice. Her work has been published by Typical Girls magazine, Bricoleur and featured in online publications such as Untitled Collective, Spindle magazine (as part of their “Ones to Watch”), Shutterhub Spotlight series and Photograd. Her project The Colonial Eye was recently exhibited at Reclaim Photography Festival, as well as being selected by Tim Clark of 1000 Words magazine as his pick of the LCC graduate show. 

Becky is currently working as member of Form Collective, exploring photography as object, collective authorship and the audience as curator.

Becky is currently taking part in RedEye Network's Lightbox Residency, and always seeking opportunities to develop her practice further.

Becky initially trained at the Royal Central Speech and Drama, before competing an MA in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at the London College of Communication in 2017.    

For more information on my work, to chat about a project, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.

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