Elizabeth Lenny



Elizabeth Lenny’s work combines notions of time, process, and material. Each piece is derived from correspondence between herself and the material, following natural curves, grain, and resistance. These followed material properties tell the story of the material and its becoming.


Elizabeth’s process relates to traditional craft techniques, primarily using hand tools, to slowly reveal form. The resulting work occupies space between functional object and sculpture, encouraging interaction and use, promoting continuous change over time.
 

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Elizabeth Lenny


Elizabeth Lenny’s work combines notions of time, process, and material. Each piece is derived from correspondence between herself and the material, following natural curves, grain, and resistance. These followed material properties tell the story of the material and its becoming.

Elizabeth’s process relates to traditional craft techniques, primarily using hand tools, to slowly reveal form. The resulting work occupies space between functional object and sculpture, encouraging interaction and use, promoting continuous change over time.

ealenny@gmail.com
Instagram






Elizabeth Lenny recently graduated with her Masters of Architecture from the University of Waterloo. Despite her architectural background, Elizabeth focuses on smaller scale projects which allow for design and fabrication to happen simultaneously. She strongly believes that form is the result of correspondence between the material and maker. With this in mind fabrication becomes an integral part of her design process, rather than a means to an end.


ealenny@gmail.com
@thelizlenny


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