Rhian Solomon is a Visual Artist whose practice is concerned with drawing parallels between skin and cloth, the body and dress. Themes in her work are developed in response to extensive cross disciplinary research, which underpins much of her creative process.
Rhian nurtures experimental collaborations between medical and design professionals in her research project sKINship. Her sensitivity towards materials and process has culminated in gallery-based installations and commissions, academic research projects and interactive audience-facing workshops. Currently her research interests focus on knowledge transfer between the professions of Pattern Cutting for Fashion and Plastic Surgery to inform clinical practice within plastic surgery settings.
Rhian runs lectures on her practice for a number of professional and educational organisations including Nike, The Royal College of Art, The V&A, The Institute of Making and HEAD - Geneva.