Working internationally, Rachel’s visual and performance art has been seen at venues including Tate Britain, de Young Museum, Lyric Hammersmith, Battersea Arts Centre, Woodruff Art Center and Standpoint Gallery, as well as in public spaces such as train stations, community centers, homes for the elderly, in streets, schools and online.

Proud to call Atlanta her home, she is currently under commission by Flux Projects to create Emergence, a series of public monuments marking the headwaters of waterways that flow underneath the heart of our downtown area and will begin a year-long position as Scholar in Residence with Art on the Atlanta Beltline.   She has recently been named a Spillways Fellow at Antenna in New Orleans where she will conduct research for a series of performance, sculptural and text based public artworks exploring the intersection of women, liberation and land.  She is honored to have been named the Inaugural Artist in Residence at Vlerick Business School in Belgium where she will use collaborative weaving and public drawing processes to work with the faculty to develop fluency with multi-sensory listening practices.