Becky Warnock is an artist and educator based in London.
Her work is collaborative and research-based, often including participatory workshops that use photography and other mediums to initiate dialogue. Working across photography, film and performance, her practice is developed through relationship-building and meaningful engagement. This building of relationships informs both the process and the form the work takes.
With a background in community engagement and support work, Becky’s practice is engaged with the ethics and structures of care and collective experience. Her work is often situated within mental health and trauma discourse, moving outwards from active grief using creative processes as tools to articulate complex and layered conversations. She is particularly interested in connection and inter-dependency, and the somatic processing that occurs when bodies come together in moments of reciprocity.
Becky currently lectures in Collaboration and Contemporary Visual Practices at London College of Communication.
For more information, to chat about a project, or to just say hello, feel free to get in touch.