Rachel Warwick is an interdisciplinary artist, collaborator, and organizer. Her approach in the arts is research orientated focused on understanding identity through people’s connection to place and space. Her practice is activated through collaboration and the exchange of shared experiences. When she is not working, she is reading. Her favourite books have been Nicolas Bourriaud Relational Aesthetics, Annette Krauss’s Unlearning and Support Structures, edited by Celine Condorelli. Currently, Rachel reads Anna Bokov’s, Avant-Garde as Method: Vkhutemas and the Pedagogy of Space, 1920–1930. Rachel has joined the PoMo Arts team this summer to engage with art, education and the community.