Rachael House is an artist. She makes events, objects, performances, comic strips and zines.
In the 1990s Rachael House was part of the thriving queerzine scene, with her autobiographical comic Red Hanky Panky. She continues to make zines and comic strips as part of and alongside her fine art practice. Her recent projects and exhibitions include Focus on Feminism and Gender, New Hall Art Collection, Cambridge, There Is An Alternative! Critical Comics and Cartoons, University of Kent, Comix Creatrix- 100 women making comics at House of Illustration, London, Queer Feminist Disco at Bent Fest, Powerlunches, London, Feminism and zines- changing the world with comic strips, part of Future Perfect: The Changing Face of Girls' Comics, LJMU Special Collections and Archives, Liverpool and Challenge Heteronormativity at the V&A, London.