Rebecca Lennon
(Manchester, UK. 1981) Lives & Works: London

I bought 2 Zapatista dolls from a Nazi Museum in the Jungle (Eva Braun’s pool) Video, 2016 (in progress)

Rebecca Lennon combines text, video, sound and performance with technical and hand made props. Disjointed non-linear narratives, instructional texts and performative actions draw the language of cinema, conspiracy, advertising, ritual and the artists own personal narrative into a confused dialogue.

In previous works she has crossed the phone lines of banks and debt collection agencies (in a homage to Angus Fairhurst), sent a debt collection agency a painting (of the letter they sent to her) as an offering for her debt, spray painted discarded objects in the street in a repetitive ritual and choreographed the bubble wrapping of a tree to various cinematic soundtracks.

Solo exhibitions include ‘Don't let It End This way, Tell Them I Said Something’, Bloc Projects, Sheffield, 2012; ‘We are Stuck Here Together’, Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool, 2010; ‘Since they got rid of time, Galerie Metro, Berlin, Germany, 2008. Group exhibitions, screenings and performances include Transitio_MX Festival, Mexico City, Mexico, 2013; 'Fresh Trauma', Ceri Hand Gallery, London, UK, 2013; 'Tourist Information Centre', Supercollider, Blackpool, UK, 2013; We Object!', Aid&Abet, Cambridge, UK, 2013; 'The Hand That Hold the Desert Down, Edinburgh Modern Film School, Edinburgh, UK, 2013;' The History of the Zero', Art 13 performances, London , UK, 2013; 'Notes on an Autobiography', Limoncello Gallery Punctuation Programme, London 2012; ‘Move Forward’ New Mexican European Media Art, Halle (Saale) Germany, 2012; 'Still Outside (or Unexplained)', Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, UK, 2012; '10 Chapters', Banner Repeater, London, UK 2012