Tessa Lynch works predominantly with sculpture, print and performance. Her work is designed to offer feminist readings of the city, highlighting issues of social reproduction that are at odds with contemporary art. She describes her practice as work and life held in one place, intermingling and blurred. Lynch is interested in the politics that shape the world and how they’re reflected in what we see and experience on a day-to-day basis. She is fascinated by the emotional impact of the environment, specifically the built environment, urban settings, how they’re shaped and controlled and, in turn, how they shape us.
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