Rebecca Lennon (*1981) is a British media artist, who combines sound, video, collage and live performance with incongruous technical and hand made props. Rambling, non-linear texts (or scripts) perform themselves silently, resolving nothing and often deferring subjectivity to the viewer. Informed by a sense of madness in the hysterical image consumption and endless mythologies of our time, Lennon draws from cinema, ebay, terrorism, protest, debt, cult and commodity, to warp and disturb the ideas and images that are familiar to us. And in doing so, she absurdly re-narrates our world into a place of papier-mâché heads, autotuned seagulls, terrorist screensavers and mushroom cloud smoke machines. Lennon graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2010 and lives and works in London. She is represented by Ceri Hand Gallery.