Kenny was born in Manchester but has been living and working in Switzerland for the last five years. She completed a Masters of Art in Public Space from the Lucerne University of Art and Design in 2010. Kenny's work is an investigation of both the material and the processes of medium with a focus upon photographic practices. Kenny‘s work only culminates when exhibited and she displays her work in a way that causes it to change and morph throughout the exhibition‘s duration. She often takes the image out from the wall into three-dimensional space—folding, rolling, and crumpling is a major part of her installation. Kenny observes how these sculptural elements, imposed on a two dimensional work, change during the time frame of the exhibition. By Creating interruptions and interferences with the photographic content she draws attention not only to the image and material of the photograph but also to the space around it and the viewer themselves. The artist‘s use of found and studio objects often created from the remnants and ephemera of photographic and studio practices, draws the viewer’s thoughts back to the studio and the process of her production. She constantly tries to open the possibilities and potential of objects by exploring and exposing the apparatus of the gallery and the exhibition.