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  Rebecca Thomas-McCann is an artist whose work explores our connection to the universe. Rooted in spirituality, her work uses elements of nature as a means of grounding oneself, in order to navigate cosmological questions. Thomas-McCann’s use of photographic prints emphasize themes of impermanence and physicality. They manifest as visual representations of liminality, connecting with stellar forces and fate to initiate the outcome. She studies astrophysical entities to create an intimate and personal connection between the Self, and the cosmos. Her work aims to serve as a channel for the audience’s contemplation of existence and belonging.


Vagues, 2020
  A collaborative online exhibition, with 10 other photography students at the Manchester School of Art, responding to the relationship between photography and ‘light’. 

UNIT X,  The Old Bank Residency, Manchester, 2019
  Part of Manchester School of Art’s UNIT X project. An exploration into the fashion industry and its impact on the environment. Through our collective, the ‘Green Fashion Society’, we aim to promote slow fashion practises. 

Cargo Collective 2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles