Current and next exhibition

Nowhere Less Now⁴ in MIRRORCITY: 23 London artists, Hayward Gallery, London, 14th October 2014 - 4th January 2015

It has to be this way1 in 'What is the salt in this book?' Cricoteka (Kraków Poland), 23rd January 2014 - March 2015

 

Frieze Review, It has to be this way, Matt's Gallery, London 

The maze of archaic references to Neoplatonism and Swedenborg, hiding at their core a raw, personal trauma, is strongly reminiscent of Philip K. Dick’s Valis (1981), its obsessive cosmology disclosing a defensive escapism. Here, through potent allegory that may or may not be true, we are presented with the question of how images are interpreted and used in the present tense, the question of what we can know from an image. For Seers, it remains impossible to answer, a space where fact and fiction are co-dependent, and which inevitably has to remain an open wound. (Chris Fite-Wassilak)

Evening Standard Review, Nowhere Less Now1, 

With help from art commissioners Artangel, Lindsay Seers has occupied the forlorn-looking former church, now the local sea cadets’ HQ, with a breathtaking multimedia installation. She draws in colonialism, witchcraft, freemasonry, the eye condition heterochromia and much else along the way. It is complex stuff but she pulls together her material deftly. I left the Tin Tabernacle feeling utterly exhilarated. (Ben Luke)

Prints for sale:

http://www.mattsgallery.org/artists/seers/editions-1.php