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  • Lynn has just completed a week re-visiting the Look Out Tower, this time collaborating with the painter Tai-Shan Schierenberg. Together they investigate the wave form, nature and rhythm of the sea, in an attempt to explore the similarities between the evolution of a wave and that of a painting in a short film. 




    Tai Shan Schierenberg studied at St. Martin's School of Art and at The Slade. He is represented in the U.K by the Angela Flowers Gallery.


  •                                               SEA PAINTING 

    A film by Lynn Dennison in collaboration with Tai-Shan Schierenberg

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  •  LOOK OUT re-visited: August 2016

  •  Interior of Look Out Tower used for Shipping News installation 

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  • Installation Site:  External/Internal views of the Look Out Tower, Alderborough, Suffolk, UK



  • DUNWICH.  Collage    40 x 33 cms 

  • A series of film and video installations 

  •                            One reason architecture exists is because nature is dangerous   - Vito Acconci

    It is partly with this idea in mind that Lynn Dennison invades buildings with images of the natural world, layering film or video onto an architectural space as an installation to create a situation where culture and nature converge.  Dennison's video installations mark the latest progression in her work which is based around the construct of natural environments to examine our everyday relationship with the landscape.  She continues these explorations constructing with collage.

    First in this series of Lynn's film and Video installations are Look Out and Shipping News.  These site specific installations are based in The Lookout Tower, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK.  The tower was built to house a life boat on the ground floor, with the top floor of the tower being used as the ‘Lookout’, to spot boats in trouble at sea.

    These works were inspired by ideas of the underwater city at Dunwich - a town that disappeared under the sea following two great storms in the 11th century - an issue that is once more becoming a threat to our present day communities.

    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.






                      LOOK OUT /SHIPPING NEWS


  • Installation No 1



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