b. Rebecca Lennon, United Kingdom
An artist based in London, Rebecca Lennon works across media including video, text, performance, sound and music to think about and play with the non-linear shapes and rhythms of the voice, memory and the speaking body. Exhibiting internationally, across contemporary art and experimental music platforms, radio and recently, publishing, Rebecca graduated from the Slade School of Art London MFA in 2010, and is a visiting lecturer at universities such as Arts University Bournemouth and Royal College of Art. Recent exhibitions and performances have included: Kaunas Film Festival, Lithuania, 2020, Kunstraum, London 2019 and The Whitstable Biennial 2018, as well as solo shows at Matts Gallery, London 2018 and Almanac, Turin, 2019. Currently she is working on Liquid a three part video, sound and performance solo project that began at Primary, Nottingham in October 2020, to be followed by its second interation at Dilston Gallery, Southwark Park Galleries in collaboration with Matt's Gallery, London in October 2021. Rebecca features in On Care, an anthology of artists writing published by MA Biblioteque, released in September 2020, and has had two sound works featured on BBC Radio 3's Late Junction in 2019 and 2020.