Rich White’s current work involves physically altering (or appearing to alter) existing architecture in public and exhibition spaces. These architectural interventions are developed specifically for their location through research and site visits; responding to the architecture, history and current happenings in the area.
White exhibits widely nationally and internationally. His work is sought after and he has won several commissions. He has also been a Fine Art lecturer, artist’s assistant to Andrew Sabin, Laura Ford and Annie Cattrell; and a gallery manager and technician at Furtherfield.org. He studied Fine Art (Sculpture) at the University of Gloucestershire and graduated with a BA (Hons) in 1998. White lives and works in London.