Rebecca Gallo is an artist and art writer based in Sydney. She examines systems of value pertaining to both objects and labour through a practice that encompasses sculpture, installation, video, performance and publishing. In her material practice, Gallo works with obsolete objects, transforming the disowned and discarded into assemblages, totems and carefully catalogued collections. Since 2015 she has been collaborating with Connie Anthes on Make or Break, a live art project that explores the role and visibility of artist labour, audiences and collectors in the production of art works and art market value. In 2014-15 Gallo was a co-director of Archive Space, an artist run initiative that operated with the aim of documenting emerging Sydney practices, and was the editor of RAVEN Contemporary, an online platform for contemporary art. Gallo holds a BFA from the National Art School (2006) and a Master of Art from UNSW Art & Design (2015).