• "Lynn Dennison’s collages use layers of found images along with her own photographs to explore our relationship with landscapes and our emotional response when the forces of nature enter our built environments. The creation of an artwork that can suggest the enormity of nature and the fear that this can induce is of particular interest to her.

    By finding a tension between the interior and exterior elements and creating the invasion of the land and sea on human infrastructure, the artist creates the feeling of being on the cusp of another world".  De La Warr Pavillion

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  • Highway     Collage     51 x 37 cms


  • Flood  II     Collage     15 x 19 cms

  • Flood     Collage     52 cms x 52 cms                                                                                                                    Price details/further info. 

  • Reflections     Collage     52 x 52 cms                                                                                                                    Price details/further info.

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    An Exhibition of Collage

  • Waterfall   Collage   17 x 12 cms

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  • Infiltrate    Collage     31 x 21 cms                                                                                                        Price details/further info.

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  • Outside In  Collage  43 x 35 cm                                                            Price details/further info.

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  • Oasis.   Collage  43 x 35 cm                                                                              Price details/more info

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    Lynn Dennison often uses videos of water and the sea in her installations. Sometimes water engulfs a domestic scene, suggesting memory or the passing of time; sometimes it is more about shock and surprise, the unexpected sight of the sea on a staircase, or completely invading a building.  It is a choreography of image with architecture, an examination of our everyday relationship with the landscape.  Dennison then continues these explorations turning her choreographic skills to collage.

    Waterfall is the second film and video installation in the Lynn Dennison season, this time in collaboration with the fine structure of the De La Warr Pavilion.  The existing architectural space is important, it is not simply a venue to show work. Dennison is interested in the shapes within the architecture, the history, purpose and location of the building. These elements influence the work; equal importance is given to the site and the piece being made to work within it; the place and the artwork work together would not exist in the same way without the other. The challenge of finding a tension between what is already there and what Dennison brings to the space is her key concern.

    Constructed in 1935, The De La Warr Pavilion is a stunning Art Deco and International Style building, designed by the architects Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff. It is situated right on the beach at Bexhill in Sussex and there are far reaching views of the sea from its expansive metal-framed windows.  ‘Waterfall’ brings the sea from outside into the building, cascading it through the building down two flights of staircases, the convergence of culture and nature.

    Lynn Dennison  lives and works in London.  She graduated with a BA in Fine Art from the Slade School of Art in 1987 and later completed an MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in 2013.  She is the winner of the 2015 RBS Sculpture Shock Award.


    (incorporating BORDER COUNTRY - an exhibition of collage)

  •  Installation No 2 


                                                            A Series of film and video installations