Rebecca Green is an artist who works with overlaps and fusions of screen and theatre performance, spoken word, live art, writing, craft and participation. She maintains a diverse practice, which is intimate and universal, noted for its use of a mixture of improvised surreal intentions, extraterrestrial dreaming pathos, wilfully alluring insistent humour and a collision of empathic bewilderment amid a searing focus illuminating the natures of individual human interactions and relationships. Her ongoing project Scheduling Spontaneity seeks to establish connectivity through tokens of love, instinct and sentiment, while her spoken word performances and writing examine, among other things, accepted and absurd human conventions, the act of performance and the moments between performer and audience, deviant relationships and observations below the surfaces of everyday activities. She also played Mrs Dempsey in Alex Hetherington’s short film Linda Fratianne (2010), commissioned by the CCA, Glasgow, which has screened internationally and at Trongate 103, Generator Projects, and GFT. She also works regularly with the Edinburgh International Festival on their education programmes that have linked visual art practices with those in devised theatre. She currently lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland. She can be contacted on email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her VIMEO site is http://vimeo.com/greeny