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Works for Sale

A series of photographic images on the subject of ectoplasm for the 3 Minute Wonder stream for Channel 4. Edition of 3, (One Edition Sold).

Photography, always aligned to truth from the outset and taken as a reliable representation of facts to be used in a court of law, also has the ability to see things that the human eye may not perceive - I have seen recently with my own eyes copious amounts of fluid issuing from a woman's face. This substance is a kind of silicon fluid that the body ejects to remove an inhabitation - or an excess of some kind of bile psychology triggered.

Suffering | 2017

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.

Commissioned by Unconformity Festival and Australian Government, exhibited in MONA. (For all enquiries contact [email protected])

MONA text: "The work invites visitors to experience and admire the work and life of...

Materials: paper, card, paint, ink, felt tip, pencil, inkjet prints from Seers' original drawings, glazed box frames 70cm x 56cm

Letter to A  Sold

Letter to N  Sold

Other works in this series available see below. (For all enquiries contact [email protected])

When does an artwork begin?

Almost twenty years ago, a set of events unfolded which I could...

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.

Commissioned by Lofoten International Arts Festival and subsequently shown in Quad, Dreby UK; Kunstverein, Freiburg, Germany; Sami Center for Contemporary Art/Sámi Dáiddaguovddáš  (SDG) and Galleri Festiviteten, Oslo, Norway. ...

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

Four 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),...

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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.



Nowhere less now² is the second chapter in a trilogy, the first...

Exhibited in Quad, Derby, UK; Fotogalleriet, Oslo, Norway (long listed for Deutsche Börse Photography Prize). (For all enquiries contact [email protected])

These portraits show people with a rare condition called chimerism, which is caused by the fusion of two...

Review: Lindsay Seers’ Extramission 6 (Black Maria). Author: Michael Newman.

Sold, Tate Collection

On first encounter, the visitor comes upon what looks like a large black, irregularly-shaped building within the gallery. Upon entering, he or she finds a place to sit, and watches a projected video that takes the form of a documentary about the strange life of Lindsay Seers – how she tried to turn herself into a camera by making exposures...

Editioned prints published by Matt's Gallery

Extramission 6 Sold

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The Lost Room | 2003

Lost Room is a series of photographs made for an exhibition in the Museo Del Barro in Ascunción, Paraguay.

Edition of 3 - One of which is in the collection of Museo Del Barro in Ascunción, Paraguay.

Whilst in Paraguay for two months the artist documented the room in which she was staying, recording details which she believed would certainly be erased by time from her memory – quotidian things such as how a table leg met the floor, the profile of a skirting board etc. Somehow there is a sense that we have this...