The artist researches acts of dredging (bringing something deeply deposited towards a surface) previsualization (creating a visual plan in order to arrange a structure for the future) and floaters (things that appear unexpectedly). Rayner utilizes labour intensive, hand-drawn stop motion animations consisting of up to 900 drawings, utilising the methodology of animation to allow the construction of fictional narratives in an attempt to approximate a sense of reality.
Opening reception: 18th October 2019 7 - 9 pm
Exhibition dates: 18/10 - 24/11 2019
Opening times: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 13 - 17 pm
Collette Rayner (Born Dundee, Scotland 1990) is an artist and writer based in Rotterdam and Dundee. She makes drawings, films, installations, experimental animation and texts about how, on what grounds and by which means to establish a critical relationship to phenomena. Collette Rayner graduated with merit from Piet Zwart Institute in 2018.