Rebecca Bellantoni is a London-born artist of Caribbean descent who mines and abstracts everyday occurrences, through the lens of spirituality and its aesthetics. Bellantoni investigates the notions of the accepted ‘real’ and the experiential ‘real’, thinking through possible ways of rupturing those borders. In her work, she reflects on personal experience, rituals and myth-making. Bellantoni’s practice includes video, textile, performance, installation and writing.
Her recent work has been shown with/at Languid Hands, Rowdy SS, Adelaide Bannerman, Nora Swantje-Almes, Present Futures, Ravens Row, London, PUBLICs, Helsinki, Stroom Den Haag, The Hague and Palais de Tokyo, Paris.