Rebecca Griffiths


Rebecca Griffiths was born in Surrey in 1984. She gained a First Class BA in Fine Art from University College Falmouth and an MA in Sculpture from The Royal College of Art in 2011. She lives and works in London. Interested in the objects of mass-production and their associated materiality, Rebecca’s sculptural work explores the residue of lived experience. Frequently inventing processes that simultaneously de-stabilise and monumentalise the object, she questions what it means to reside in a world ‘designed to fit’.


2011 MA Sculpture – Royal College of Art, London
2008 BA (HONS) Fine Art FIRST CLASS – University College Falmouth, Cornwall
2005 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design – University College Falmouth, Cornwall


2011 Artist of the Day (selected by Alison Wilding), Flowers Gallery, London
2009 Slipping Contours, The Proctor Gallery, Cornwall


2012 Preposterous, La Scatola Gallery, London
2012 Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award Exhibition, RBS Gallery, London
2012 Plot, Galleries Goldstein, London
2012 Contemporary Visions: Beers Lambert 3rd Annual Group Exhibition, Beers Lambert, London
2012 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2012, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2012 Here’s Where the Living is, Bethnal Green Library, London
2012 The Pleasure Principle, Hoxton Art gallery, London
2011 A Future Pump House: Ideas, Thoughts and Plans, Pump House Gallery, London
2011 With The Titanic to The Moon, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg
2011 SHOW RCA 2011, Royal College of Art, London
2011 Creekside Open 2011 (selected by Phyllida Barlow), APT, London
2010 Desire is a Golden Carrot, The Albion, London
2010 Exeter Contemporary Open 2010, Exeter Phoenix, Exeter
2010 Agitprop!, Project Space 11, Plymouth
2010 The Purpose of Drawing, Portland Square Cube 3 Gallery, Plymouth
2010 Lunch is For Wimps, Triumph Furniture Showroom, London
2010 Embrace, Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court, Scotland


2012 Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award
2009 BUILD Residency at Cornwall College Camborne
2008 Associate Residency at Spike Island, Bristol