Rebecca’s work spans across a range of media, including works on paper, installations, video, and sculpture, investigating notions of persona, identity and the body. These themes are often melded with allusions to history as well as commentaries on social discourse, specifically women’s roles. Her work is a constellation of elements, probing performativity, voice and the dialectic of power and vulnerability.
Rebecca is a New York based artist, born in Budapest, Hungary who grew up in the experimental theater group, Squat Theatre, where she was a frequent performer. She holds a BFA from Pratt Institute, an MFA and a Certificate of Curatorial Studies from Hunter College. Her work has been exhibited at Grace Exhibition Space, Cynthia Broan Gallery, Anthology Film Archives, Pratt Institute, and The Ludwig Museum in Budapest, among others.