Kerry Tenbey

Kerry Tenbey is a North West based Sculptor and Visual Artist, currently studying Fine Art at The University of Central Lancashire. She experiments with a wide variety of materials and processes to produce 3D composition which invites the audience to consider and question what it means to be ‘Human’. Her work explores concepts of identity, sexuality and Gender. Recent exhibitions include: Messy Democracy- Hanover Project 2018, Pretty in Pink- Hanover Project 2017, REPLICON- Lancashire Science Festival 2017 and ASMbly 2017- Leeds.

is this making any sense?

Is this making any sense? – (2018) brings together a composition of two recent works which, when organised collectively, form a conversation about my experience of sexuality, gender and finding identity in a society which seems to be flooded with opinions and expectations. Through experimental process, I aim to create deeply intimate ‘objects’ which have strong sensory appeal.
As someone who struggles to convey thoughts and feelings in words and sentences, creating visual artwork allows me to question and process who I am, where I fit into the world and imagine a future which doesn’t feel so complicated to me, does that make sense?


UKYA City Takeover: Nottingham 2019

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