RTiiiKA (”ah-teeka”) is Rosa ter Kuile. Their work spans graphic arts, illustration, mural making and street art. Queer pleasure and play are key themes in their work. They are interested in painting that removes the gender binary (or makes it playfully ambiguous) and instead focuses on expression and movement.

We collaborated with RTiiiKA as part of Cabot Conversations which features ten conversations around climate change with leading academics from different disciplines and an artist who creates a piece of art as they interpret what you're listening to.

Storyteller and writer, Zakiya Mackenzie and Climate Justice Researcher Dr Alix Dietzel discuss "Why climate justice matters for all". Artist RTiiiKA highlights the importance of valuing all voices in an illustration inspired by the conversation.

Artist Rtiiika holding up her artwork for Cabot Conversations
RTiiiKA holding up her artwork from Cabot Conversations.
Rtiiika creating art for Cabot Conversations
RTiiiKA working on her artwork during Cabot Conversations.
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