Artist Rebecca Feiner describes her work as that of a psychological detective and provocateur, investigating both the darkness and the light in the world. Her art has been exhibited internationally, and addresses cultural memory, identity, perception and the consequences of 'family' as an institution in society.
She communicates in a wide variety of media including film, installation, sculpture, photography and text, or as she prefers to say: "by any means necessary".
Her work has been described as "visceral and performative" and often includes a participatory element, directly engaging the public with playfulness and humour.
Time Out said: "Feiner mixes the confessional style of Tracy Emin with the objectivity of American conceptualist Joseph Kosuth".