Approaching each work instinctively, Rhiannon Inman-Simpson moves between colour, form and marks as if navigating a physical environment.
Rhiannon Inman-Simpson (b.1989, London) recently participated on the Turps Art School Correspondence Course, and has previously studied at Bergen Academy of Art and Design (Norway), The Glasgow School of Art (UK), Emily Carr University of Art and Design (Canada) and Camberwell College of Art and Design (UK). She has exhibited in group and solo shows across Norway, Sweden and the UK and been awarded a number of artist residencies in Finland, Iceland, Norway, Ireland, the UK and Belgium. In 2022 she will undertake a residency at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (USA). She has received funding from the Norwegian Arts Council and in 2021 she was shortlisted for the Jackson’s Painting Prize, winning the non-representational award.