Rhys Coren (b. 1983, Plymouth, UK) lives and works in London. He completed a Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal Academy of Art in 2016. Coren works across animation, writing, performance and painted marquetry; each media displaying an obvious pleasure in rhythm, rhyme, form, colour, space and negative space.
His recent exhibitions include: click, click, click-clap-click, a solo exhibition at galeriepcp, Paris, in December 2016, and Whistle Bump Super Strut, a solo exhibition at Seventeen, London in March 2017. He recently curated the group exhibition Cuts, Shapes, Breaks and Scrapes at Seventeen, London alongside Gabriel Hartley and he has co-founded curatorial projects including Opening Times and bubblebyte.org.