Rachel Hazell is a book artist, photographer and writer. Reading, looking and chocolate are important.
She travels frequently in pursuit of good narrative, finding stories in the simplest things and reveling in complex repetitive structures (whether natural or man-made). Saying yes to opportunities arising means her glass is often more than half full. Rachel likes standing on top of mountains and singing.
An islomaniac. A seeker of extremities. A bibliophile.
Included in numerous exhibitions and solo shows her work has come to consist of more site-specific installation that is minimalist and sculptural, whilst continuing to align with the literary past.
Having had the good fortune to work in Antarctica, its light and ice are etched onto her retinas.
Describing. Making sense. Stitching together.