Rebecca Lennon combines video, performance, sound and installation in an ongoing process of montage, reconstruction, displacement, intervention and reinterpretation. Relating the seemingly unrelated and drawing from the everyday, illogical and discarded things that often slip out of the landscape unnoticed, Lennon is interested in communication and by extension miscommunication - what is passed on, shared, exchanged - what is broken down, changed, lost. Dealing primarily with the search for meaning and synchronicity via (seemingly) illogical or irrational means, Lennon juxtaposes readily available materials with alien scenario's to create montage spaces and ritualistic constructions, drawing upon subjects as diverse as divided support groups for an urban underground tunnel, superstition, cargo cults and sleep-talking. Narratives and systems are created and merged, combining the found with the personal, the individual with the social and the real with the invented.
source: Ceri Hand Gallery
Slade School of Fine Art
KNOW KNOW KNOW DON'T KNOW DON'T KNOW DON'T KNOW 2009 (08:56)
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