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Broadly the works on these web pages interweave literature, philosophy and science. What pervades the art works is a struggle to understand consciousness, the mediums that we invent and the dubious conventions we live by (evoked and supported by our technological prosthetics). There is a sense of melancholy that seems to me to be imbued in the nature of these technologies, a longing that can not be fulfilled, a fear, that even in breath-taking beauty, captured in an instant, there is a repressed aching for what an image lacks both in terms of presence and fulfilment.
This line between the physical world and the mind - or the immediacy of an artwork to communicate through its physical realisation and it's residual conceptual framing saturates my works. The balance pivots on this point of inside and outside.
The narratives are founded on biographical fragments which deal with human themes of aging, love, psychosis, longing, cults and beliefs, gender and loss and larger historical narratives of colonialism and its legacy. Noted in Thames and Hudson's book Sixty Innovators Shaping Our Futures the form and content of my work consistently shape each other often with distinct processes and specific technical installations that have not been seen before in their particular configuration.



Care(less), Fabrica, 40 Duke St, Brighton BN1 1AG, 5th October - 24th November 2019 *Except 23 - 27 October
(Between 23 - 27 October the exhibition will be touring to Lincoln as part of the Frequency Festival viewing limited down from 6 to 3 headsets.

Opening hours: 1pm - 6pm Wednesday  to Saturday, 2pm - 6pm Sunday

Artist's Talk by Lindsay Seers: Saturday 2nd November at Fabrica 11am (ticketed event)

Care(less)2, at Cobb Hall, Lincoln Castle, Frequency Festival, Lincoln, 24th - 27th October 2019

Every thought there ever was, Courthouse, 88 Arbroath High Street, Scotland (with Hospital Field House), 7th September–13th October 2019

Preview: Friday 6 September, 6-8pm
Opening times: Thurs – Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm

Artist’s Talk by Lindsay Seers: Saturday 7 September, Webster Memorial Theatre, 2pm


Vanishing Twin (Tetragametic Chimera) Fotogalleriet, Oslo, Norway, 23rd January - 2nd March 2019

See Blog for more thoughts on this work




Every thought there ever was, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, 8th September - 23rd December 2018

Every thought there ever was  (See Article 05)

A short documentary on Lindsay Seers published by TateShots


A Woman's Place, Knole, Seven Oaks, 17th May - 4th November 2018



Fleeting Exits, Sursock Museum, Beirut, Lebanon, 13th July – 8th October 2018


Every thought there ever was, MAC, Belfast, 4th May - 29th July 2018


In My Shoes. Art and the Self since the 1990s (An Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition.) Attenborough Art Centre, Leicester,

7th July - 26th August 2018

Self-portraiture has provided a source of inspiration to artists throughout history, and in recent years many artists have revolutionised and extended the genre by incorporating action, performance, narrative and explorations of identity.


Film London Jarman Award, A Journey Through the First Decade, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 15th May - 10th June 2018

The exhibition includes work by previous winners from 2008–2017: Luke Fowler, Lindsay Seers, Emily Wardill, Anja Kirschner & David Panos, James Richards, John Smith, Ursula Mayer, Seamus Harahan, Heather Phillipson and Oreet Ashery, alongside films commissioned from shortlisted artists by Channel 4.

Nowhere Less Now5  is shown as a single screen work for the purposes of a "showreel" and can be viewed at 11.30am and at 4.20pm in the gallery.


Suffering, MONA, Tasmania, 10th June 2017 - 30th April 2018


Art Night 2017 was a free contemporary arts festival transforming London’s East End for one unforgettable night. It took place on Saturday 1 July 2017, presenting acclaimed international art in various historic and iconic sites, secret locations and public spaces. Conceived as new site-specific commissions, Art Night 2017 responded directly to east London’s heritage and diversity. Working alongside Whitechapel Gallery participating artists were Charles Avery, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Benedict Drew, Anne Hardy, Lawrence Lek, Melanie Manchot, Lindsay Seers, Do Ho Suh, Güneş Terkol and Ian Whittlesea.


The World Made New, Pi Artworks, London, 14th April - 20th May 2017.