Artist Lynn Dennison‘s artwork explores what happens when the exterior meets the interior, and Gen Doy’s current artistic practice involves sound installation and performance, with a particular interest in sites of historical or social significance.
Their work will be accompanied by a unique soundscape comprising sounds of the church, field recordings created in nearby rural locations, and a selection of poems by Tennyson Turner, spoken, sung and set to music. Speaking about their Altered installation, they said:
“We are interested in the idea of the scene through the window being visible where it is not. These windows with the accompanying poetry and sound will transport viewers to other times and places, by creating a window to another world.”
The Altered Partnership commissioned poet Ash Dickinson to run a workshop with the children of All Saint's primary school in Grasby producing their own poems, inspired by Gen Doy's and Lynn Dennison's upcoming installation at the church. For more information please click here: http://alteredartsproject.weebly.com/the-artists/altered-poetry-workshop-grasby-ash-dickinson.
To view Lynn Dennison's website please click here: http://www.lynndennison.com/
To view Gen Doy's website please click here: http://www.gendoy.com/gen_doy/Welcome.html
'When will our fields be seen, our church bells heard?' will be exhibited at All Saint's, Vicarage Lane, Grasby, DN38 6AU.
Dates: Saturday 23rd May 10.00 - 19.00
Sunday 24th May 11.00 - 19.00
Monday 25th May 11.00 - 19.00