Rachel’s practice investigates memory storage in the digital age, emphasising the fragility of both the unconscious mind and the digital storage systems in which we have become so reliant on in this present day. Breaking down images to detract meaning in some cases, whilst in others using chance and appropriation to communicate a new meaning. Movement and immersion are crucial factors within Rachel’s work; bombarding the viewer with continuous incoherent information. Emitting an energy symbolic of the constant flow of electricity surrounding us; from biological electrical impulses, to the voltage circulating our electronic devices. A nostalgic, intimate ambiance juxtaposes that of the cold computing machine.