Rachael Nee works across media including installation and painting. She explores the crossover between science and art, working around ideas concerned with energy, entropy and matter. She often uses the elemental, such as fire, to cast back into Deep Time, as with 'Carbon Based Forms' series, or, Time on an ephemeral human level with 'Encounters'.
Rachael graduated with Distinction from MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art in 2015. She was awarded a research trip to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland, resulting in an installation that was exhibited there in 2016. She also authored a 'Sci-Art' booklet for CERN's art@CMS education and outreach department.
Nee has previously been selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and was elected an Academician of Royal West of England Academy in Bristol in 2007.