Reynir Hutber is a London-based artist working across a range of mediums including live art, installation, sculpture and new media.
A critical use of digital technology is often central to Hutber’s practice, as is a desire to explore concerns around authenticity, visibility, and disempowerment. He often makes use of the malleability of digital information to create treacherous performance ‘documents’ that display acts of impossible endurance and disingenuous vulnerability.
Hutber graduated with an MA in Fine Art from the University of Brighton in 2009 with Distinction. In the past few years, he has been engaged to develop and perform work across Europe, including events and exhibitions in Italy, Spain, Germany, Brussels and Sweden. In May 2010 he was awarded ‘The Catlin Art Prize’ in London, UK and in March 2013 he was nominated for ‘Le Prix Cube’ in Paris, France. He has recently taken part in Fierce Festival and Spill Festival of Performance.