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Category: Visual Artists
Location: London
Contact: Lindy Email
Leonora Email


Lindy Anderson, gained a FDA Degree in Fine Art skills and practices at Central St Martins and went on to complete a BA in Fine Art at Central St Martins in 2009. She has also completed a mould making and body casting course.

She is an art director and prop maker and as worked with many production companies, with promotional videos and commercials, for clients like, Girls Aloud, Calvin Harris, Status Quo, Dido, McVities and many more.

Her area of skills lies in construction, with numerous materials, such as wood , metal and plastics. With great casting skills in a wide range of materials, including plaster and resins and experienced in drawing and painting, including paint effects. Including a great knowledge of screen printing


Leonora Aunstrup was born in Denmark and currently lives and works in London. Her training started in Copenhagen, completing a Foundation in Fine Arts, classical drawing, print making and web design. Since moving to London, she has attended London School of Communication, in Designs of book structures and completed a Foundation Degree in Fine Art Skills and practice and Byam Shaw School of Arts, Central St Martins and is now in her final year studying a BA (hons) in Fine Art at Central St Martins.

Leonora, has assisted in many creative festivals and galleries and assisted many artists in New York, to name just a few, Dan Colen, Carolyn Salas & Adam Parker Smith.

Her first Solo show was in Sydney Australia in 2007 and in 2009 her next solo show was in Denmark. Show has exhibited in many group shows through London and Denmark.

Lindy Anderson

My work is an exploration into materials, process, transformation and colour. I stretch the materials I use to their limits. In using wax I make objects that are delicate and fragile in nature and temporary in existence.

I use rich warm red and orange hues and when these colours interact with light they burst into life. The translucent property of the orange wax gives off an ambient glow. Revealing layers of formerly hidden colour and internal occlusions that distort both light and space and how one experiences the surrounding space.

The work, like much in life is ephemeral, ultimately the piece will transform due to the fragile nature of wax sheets and its limitations. The materials have a transitory nature and their own lifecycle. The wax becomes discoloured over time, turning brown in colour, as do the colour pigments. Each piece goes through a process of breaking down bit-by-bit and transforming into new forms until they are no longer. The wax is re-melted, pigment is re-added and the sheets are re-cast. Completing the cycle reminiscent of the rising and setting of the sun or the decaying beauty of the human body.


Leonora Aunstrup uses a wide range of material including, authentic recorded sound, reconstructed light, found and recycled objects, olfactory, craft, sculptures and moving images to create sensorial transformations of materials and spaces. Her work interacts and engages with the rhythm and movement of human behavior affected by an inner and an outer world. With handmade elements she engages with public spaces documenting the unexpected, responses, interactions and relations that occur. Leonora exposes her documentations and observations of the conscious and unconscious human behavior and present it in an absurd and humoristic way, she refuses to give up their meaning but instead demand we question the world around us and force us to think about how we want to live in it.



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Above images copyright of Lindy Anderson & Leonora Aunstrup 2010