Lindsey’s practice is rooted in the photographic. What sits at the heart of her work is a continued fascination with the persistent and seductive sense of the missed encounter apparent in the photographic image, and how this indicates a perpetual sense of loss, or lack, in human experience. Her moving-image works and installations echo and emphasise particular qualities of image-making technologies, drawing attention to the devices that we employ in our attempt to seize, decipher and possess experience. Her intention is to reflect upon the melancholic desire that the photographic image and impulse unveil.
Since completing a Fine Art degree in 1995 Lindsey has worked as a freelance artist educator, collaborating with community, education and arts organisations to design and deliver projects, exhibitions and events.