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 the artist.

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.

Lynn Dennison studied Fine art at Slade School of Art and Central St Martins. She was the winner of RBS Sculpture Shock 2015. Her recent exhibitions include Sea Change (in collaboration with Gen Doy), Oxford House, London (2014) and Tradition, Pump House Gallery, London (2013).