Rachel de Joode
Rachel de Joode's interdisciplinary practice merges photography, sculpture, and painting to explore the interface between digital and analog forms.
By blurring the lines between tangible and intangible elements, she creates a dynamic space for reflection on our relationship with materiality in the digital age. Her work draws attention to the interplay between traditional mediums and modern technology, inviting us to reconsider our understanding of material agency and bodily presence in art.
De Joode's practice illuminates the fluidity of artistic production, challenging us to embrace new perspectives on materiality and the creative process.
Rachel de Joode is a Dutch-born multimedia artist and educator based in Berlin.
Her works have been displayed in numerous solo and group exhibitions across institutions, museums, and galleries globally. Rachel has been awarded prestigious residencies such as the Deutsche Börse Residency at the Frankfurter Kunstverein in Frankfurt (2013), Sculpture Space residency (2012), and LMCC Governors Island residency in New York (2013-2014).
She has received funding from notable organizations like the Kunstfonds, Mondriaan Fund, the Berliner Senat, the Prins Bernhard Cultuur Fonds, and the Royal Dutch Embassy.
Her exhibitions have been showcased in various renowned locations worldwide, including the ICA in Philadelphia; the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter in Oslo; the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome; ZKM in Karlsruhe; Garage Rotterdam; Kunstverein Nürnberg; Higher Pictures, New York.
De Joode is represented by Galerie Christophe Gaillard in Paris and Annka Kultys Galerie in London.