|Nacimiento:||1984 en Harare, Zimbabwe|
|Residencia:||Reside en London, London, City of, Reino Unido|
Rachel Pimm (b 1984 Harare, Zimbabwe) lives and works in London. Working across sculpture, performance, sound and video her practice explores the organic interaction between man-made materials and natural elements. In her work, Pimm unfolds the ways in which different natural processes like aggregation and symbiosis relate to contemporary daily life, resulting into an investigation on the coexistence between naturalness and artificialness. Rachel Pimm received her MFA in Fine Arts from the Goldsmiths College, University of London UK and a BA in Fine Arts from the Central Saint Martins, London UK. Recent solo projects are Jerwood Space (2016); Worming out of shit, 21st Century, Chisenhale Gallery, London UK (2015); Natural Selection, Zabludowicz Collection invites Rachel Pimm, London UK (2014); Plants Under Glass, Enclave Gallery, London UK (2014) and The Open Home Show, Auto Italia, London UK (2008). A selection of recent group exhibitions include Planta: Notes on Botanical Dissidence, Acme Project Space, London UK (2015); Converse x, Dazed Emerging Artist Award, Royal Academy, London UK (2015); An evening on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Goethe Institute with Serpentine Gallery, London UK (2015); Yearbook 01, Enclave Gallery, London UK (2015); Marmalade Me, South London Gallery, London UK (2014) and Llocs Communs, Can Filipa, Barcelona SP (2014).