info@rebeccaaston.com

Rebecca Aston is a Zimbabwean artist, currently based in Berlin. Her work re-imagines ownership of spaces, objects and memory. Moving across a range of technologies, she explores the moving image, code and interactivity.

Rebecca is also the web developer for Third Culture the podcast. For more information about web development please send an email to info@rebeccaaston.com.

Education

2014 BA in Art, Cum Laude with distinction in the major, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016 Timeshare, BHQFU’s Foundation University Gallery, New York, NY

2015 Inhabiting the Edge: WetLand, The Schuylkill Center, Philadelphia, PA

2014 Open House, sponsored by Neighborhood Housing Services, New Haven, CT

2014 Yale Undergraduate Thesis Exhibition, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT

2013 Gerson Zevi show at Yale, New Haven, CT

Panels

2015 Presented work at the IEEE Games Entertainment and Media conference in Toronto Canada

2015 In Search of an African Aesthetic, Africa Salon at Yale University, curated by the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MOCADA)

Residencies/Programs

2016 School for Poetic Computation, Code Subversions, New York, NY

2014 New York Arts Practicum, New York, NY

2014 Artist-in-Residence, on Wetland by Mary Mattingly, at Fringe Arts Festival, Philadelphia, PA

2011 Robert Reed’s studio practice program, Auvillar, France

Selected Awards/Fellowships

2014 Stanton Wheeler Award, Yale College

2013 Mary Hotchkiss Williams Travel Fellowship, Yale University Art Gallery

2013 Creative and Performing Arts Award, Yale College Council of Masters