Rebecca Lennon, Eva Braun’s Pool, 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.

Rebecca Lennon

Rebecca Lennon interrogates the voice and voicelessness, finding slippery ways of being silenced, spoken for and spoken through.  Working with objects, videos, sound pieces and music, the voices in her work inhabit confused, fragmentary and cyclical narratives, playing with repetition, rhythm and association to breakdown order.

Rebecca graduated from the Slade School of Art London MA programme in 2010 and is currently a lecturer on the Fine Art BA at Arts University Bournemouth. In 2012, she was selected for the European Media Art Award and residency at CANTE, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and participated in a 6 month ACE residency in Mexico City the following year. Until 2014, Rebecca was represented by Ceri Hand Gallery, London and has exhibited widely. Recent exhibitions include The Ol’ Switcheroo an ongoing collaborative voice project with artists Sophie Jung and Sarah Duffy at Jupiter Woods and Diet Terror, a musical collaboration with artist Benedict Drew.