Rachel Hines is an interdisciplinary artist working with the relationships between the self, the body, and the other. The work takes shape in videos, actions, objects, photographs, paintings and drawings. Hines studied at Pratt Institute, NY where she received her MFA in Interdisciplinary Art. While at Oregon State University she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting with a minor in Art History.
Hines has shown throughout the U.S. including recent exhibitions at Port City Gallery, OR; Duplex Gallery, OR; Gallery 51, MA; Kunsthalle Gallery, NY; Nurture Art, NY; the Patchogue Biennial, NY. She has performed at Oregon State University; 98Weeks, Beirut Lebanon; The Red Door Gallery, NY; The Gatewood Gallery, NC; and Location One, NY. Her videos have been screened at Now&After International Video Art Festival in Moscow, The Center for Contemporary Art of Tbilsi, Georgia; Brigade of Images, Paris; Electric Celluloid Film Festival, MI; Dalston Lane Gallery, London; and the tina b. Prague Contemporary Art Festival. Hines has participated in performance workshops with Harrell Fletcher, Ernesto Pujol, Hans Winkler, Janine Antoni, Rebecca Belmore, the Guerrilla Girls, Pablo Helguera and Marina Abramovic. Currently she is a practicing studio artist and Senior Instructor II in Art Practices at Portland State University.