Rebecca Jagoe

Born in Cambridge, 1988. Lives and works in Monmouth, Wales.

Rebecca Jagoe describes themself as a queer, crip, neurodiverse artist, and a non binary femme. Their work is a material memoir which examines how their own experiences of illness and gender, how their identity itself, is informed by specific Western cultural narratives. They explore how within European culture, the Feminine is constructed at the meeting point of medical rhetoric and the aesthetics of mainstream fashion. Rebecca is an Irish artist who has lived in England for most of their life, and last year they permanently moved out of London to South Wales.

Rebecca has performed widely, including recent projects such ‘As if.’ at the CCA Gallery, Goldsmiths, London; Florilege, a collaborative project, exhibition and performance with Nils Alix Tabeling, at Jupiter Woods and Overnight Relief, Kelder Projects, London, in 2019.

Recent residencies and grants include a 2021-22 g39 Fellowship at the g39 Gallery, Cardiff; Freelands Foundation Emergency Grant and a residency with the Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge.

Forthcoming projects include‘‘A Sickness, a Ston’, an online performance for Site Gallery, Sheffield as well as a group show, ‘Drawing after Hans Bellmer’, at the Drawing Room London.

Rebecca Jagoe has an MA in Sculpture from the RCA, London, as well as a BA (Hons) in Fine Art Practice from Goldsmiths, University of London.