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Works

Nowhere Less Now⁷ Materials: wood, cardboard, polystyrene, metal, plaster, HD dual projection, stereo sound on headphones.

Sound in collaboration with Pendle Poucher (additional music David Dhonau); production and animation with Keith Sargent.

An episodic work, which in this chapter addresses Glynn Vivian; his collection; his travels; his possible narcolepsy; his love of pugs ...we hear Vivian's voice musing on whether contemporary society has really managed to address problems like slavery.

Suffering | 2016

 

Materials: wood, corrugated metal, benches, paint, HD dual projection onto a house shaped screen, stereo sound with amplifier and subwoofer, objects and paintings by Leo Kelly.

Sound Pendle Poucher, animation Keith Sargent. See also Exhibitions page

http://www.lindsayseers.info/exhibition_node/431
 

Related Work:
http://www.lindsayseers.info/exhibition_node/423

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Materials: wood, fibreglass, artex, cloth, paint, LED lights, astro turf, metal, golf irons and balls

A functioning crazy golf hole made for EM15 at the Venice Biennale 2015. The show featured nine golf holes by artists: Lindsay Seers, John Akomfrah, Ellie Harrison, Candice Jacobs, Hetain Patel, Yinka Shonibare, Yara El-Sherbini, Eyal Weizman and Doug Fishbone.

Lindsay Seers’ golf hole for Venice features a figurehead upside down and pregnant being attacked by two enormous snakes. The figure is Princess Salme (b.1844...

Materials: cardboard and wood ship; figurehead (mixed material); tetrapods (mixed materails); hemisperical and spherical screens on metal structure; folded paper; HD projections x 2, wired headphones.

Sound in collaboration with Pendle Poucher (additional music David Dhonau); production and animation with Keith Sargent

Three versions of the work Nowhere Less Now are shown here. Each edition is an entirely different work.

Version 1 was housed in a structure based around HMS Kingfisher (Artangel),...

 

For additional images and text you can also go to Exhibitions page:

http://www.lindsayseers.info/exhibition_node/364

Materials: Inflatable spheres, HD projection from Blu-ray, wood, glass, carpet, framed photographs, ventriloquist dummy, stools, stereo sound amplified with radio headphones

Sound in collaboration with Pendle Poucher

There are currently two versions of this work, one in an open...

One of Many | 2013

For additional images and text you can also go to Exhibitions page:

http://www.lindsayseers.info/exhibition_node/359

Materials: 4000 scallop shells, wooden structure with benches and confessional grill, black curtained walls, 2 x 1.8 diameter inflatable spheres, 2 HD projectors, 2 x 24 minute films, radio headphones with stereo soundtrack, an original newspaper from 1875

Sound...

These portraits show people with a rare condition called chimerism, which is caused by the fusion of two fertilized eggs (non-identical twins) at a very early stage of gestation in the womb. A sign of this condition is heterochromia, the possessing of eyes of two different colours.

One of these differently coloured eyes is derived from the absorbed 'twin' and is caused by the presence of the alien stream of DNA of the lost sibling.

Costumes | 2012

Costumes are important in the process of the work. Often when making a work the artist will be in costume, even when visiting an archive or filming. It is a way of positioning herself in a moment, bringing a layer of performance to the search that takes place when unearthing a narrative. This is a collection of images showing the costumes. Sometimes they are worn by LS and sometimes by others.

Materials: Wooden structure, parts of a boat hut, window frames, reclaimed door, moss, tree trunk, metal chimney, deer skins, two synchronised 13 minute HD projections, 5.1 surround sound, drawing.

Monocular has taken a number of forms which have shifted to recognise developments in the narratve and differing geographical implications of the exhibition venue. These differing versions can be seen in Exhibitions http://...