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Golf holes by artists: Lindsay Seers, John Akomfrah, Ellie Harrison, Candice Jacobs, Hetain Patel, Yara El-Sherbini, Yinka Shonibare, Eyal Weizman and Doug Fishbone.

Materials: wood, fibreglass, artex, cloth, paint, LED lights, astro turf, metal.

As a critique of European colonialsim 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), daughter of a Circassian concubine in the Sultan of Zanzibar's harem. Circassian...

It ha sto be this way|Cricoteka, Kraków | 23rd January - 15th March

It has to be this way¹˙⁵

Materials: cardboard and wooden structure, 22 minute DVD projection with 5.1 surround sound onto two masked MDF circular screens on mobile TV arms, monitor with headphones, MDF plinth, 16 minute DVD, free novella to take away.

Sound in collaboration with Pendle Poucher; production Keith Sargent

Artists: Jill Magid, Cheng Ran, Lindsay Seers

Lindsay Seers’s refuses the distinction between fact and fiction in subtle and sophisticated ways. It brings to light the fictional constructions on...


Nowhere less now² (The Red Queen)|MONA Tasmania | 18th June 2013 - 16th September

Materials: wood, cardboard, polystyrene, metal, clouts, 2x HD projectors, metal masks, 2x macmini, 2 x 27minute HD films, stereo sound delivered through headphones on internal gallery system (The O). 22 minute 5.1 sound installation in the tunnel and a collection of 16 figurehead drawings.

MONA, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Nowhere less now² is the second chapter in a trilogy, the first part of which was exhibited in the Tin Tabernacle, Kilburn, London. The history of this prefabricated corrugated church leads us to...

Monocular⁵|Sámi Dáiddaguovddáš | 14th June - 20th July

Materials: wooden structure, parts of a hut, window frames, reclaimed door, tree trunk, metal chimney, deer skins, 20 minute HD projection, 5.1 surround sound.

Sami Center for Contemporary Art/Sámi Dáiddaguovddáš (SDG) Jeagilvármádii 54, NO-9730 Karasjok, Norway

Monocular, shown originally in Something in the way at the Lofoten International Art Festival, Norway, is a prefabricated wooden structure, the interior of which is rendered as if it is the exterior surface, giving...

The Urban Visionaries programmes

Part One of FLAMIN's Urban Visionaries series presents a programme of short films commissioned for Channel 4's 3 Minute Wonder and Random Acts short-form arts strand.

Canary Wharf Screen, Canary Wharf Station, London

These artworks for television include:

Films by Lindsay Seers, winner of the 2009 Film London Jarman Award
Work from Michael Landy, stemming from his Acts of Kindness On The Underground project
Recent films by Gillian Wearing and Shezad Dawood.



Entangled² (Theatre II)|Matt's Gallery London | 9th October - 1st December

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

Matt's Gallery, 42-44 Copperfield Rd, London E3 4RR

In Entangled²(Theatre II) Lindsay Seers returns to androgynous themes present in her 2009 work It has to be this way at Matt's Gallery. The Renaissance 'theatre of the world' motif of this previous work is bastardised by Seers into vaudeville. For Seers this...

Monocular⁴|Quad | 27th September - 1st December

Materials: wood, corrugated metal, a house shaped screen with two channel projection, HD projector, 5.1 ampilfied surround sound

Quad, Derby, UK

This installation is a development of the series Monocular, for this fourth version Seers return to Norway to gather more threads for this continually evolving performative narrative. Read more here:


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

Toulouse International Art Festival, Hôtel-Dieu, Toulouse, France

One of Many was a newly commissioned work conceived specifically for a chapel in the Hôtel-Dieu in Toulouse. The installation was co-produced with Le Jeu de Paume (Paris) and selected by Penelope Curtis (Tate...

Materials: Cardboard and wooden structure finished with clouts, metal chimney, screen, 13 minute video projection with sound from three channels.

Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland

Review of Altermodern - Tate Triennial 2009, by Jorg Heiser, Frieze, April 2009. p.108-109.pdf

[Extract] Lindsay Seers, on the other hand, presents a film in which the camera generates experience. Extramission 6 (Black...


Nowhere Less Now|An Artangel Project | 8 September - 21 October 2012

Materials: Wood, cardboard, scaffolding poles, polystyrene, dexion, HD video projection, headphones, an independent sound work, a model of Kilburn Tin Tabernacle, wooden fetish sculpture, photographs and a novella.

An Artangel Project ( Tin Tabernacle, Kilburn, London

The Tin Tabernacle in Cambridge Avenue, London became the site of the film installation Nowhere Less Now by Lindsay...