I am a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in Dundee, Scotland. I have a studio practice, in which I work primarily with textiles and wood, creating large sculptural installations and small, delicate textile pieces. Alongside my studio practice I engage in a variety of participatory art projects, focussing on play and experimentation, working with reclaimed and recycled materials.
My artistic practice is formed by a combination of sculpture and fibre art, often blurring the lines between art, craft and design. Using second-hand items as a material, I delve into the dichotomy of the personal histories that we attach to clothes and household objects and their statuses as throw-away commodities. 
I am forever enamoured with the handmade and the meditative processes of repetitive craft. The hand of the artist is always present throughout my work, and the tactility of materials is of high importance. Every inch of the work has been handled by me, and the hours spent making are recorded in every stitch, every knot, every joint, every interwoven strand. My work is made primarily of reclaimed materials that long to be touched, and hold within them a history of touch.
- Rhona Jack (she/her)
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