Jenny focuses on routines and rhythms, where day to day life and artistic practice mash together. Works produced in a time of uncertainty (pandemic and early motherhood) manifest using diy methods of production and materials from the home.
Jenny Cashmore is a British contemporary artist currently living on the English/Welsh border.
Jenny Cashmore’s artistic practice is interested in exploring our sense of place and relationship to place. She makes work that manifests in various forms including, intervention, performance, lens based mediums, and events. Her works and projects are often specific to context or site. She is driven to create work that re-imagines and questions the constructs of contemporary society by exploring and questioning existing structures and paradigms. She uses the everyday (such as nail polish, walking and poses) and our use of space as her starting point. There is often humour and absurdity present within her work.
Recent projects/works include moongazing residency, The Icing Rooms & Muddy Yard Space 2020/21, SUll Syllabus as part of SUll Collective 2020/21, Walk With Household Objects, Creative Assignment for Arts at Home Ty Pawb 2020, Colours of Stoke produced by Appetite Stoke for Big Feast 2019, Wales in Venice Invigilation Programme 2019.