Lyndall’s artistic practice is site/context specific and strongly process based, relying on research and collaboration with a range of individuals and organisations, whose interest reflect her own. She is drawn to an eclectic mix of subjects including history, flora, fauna, the military, flight horticulture and architecture. Even though many of these are strongly embedded in the scientific, she aims to uncover the highly personal and emotive within their academic framework. Lyndall’s work affords a glimpse into the unfamiliar, or the chance to see the familiar in a different light. She seeks to invite a sense of wonder, which stimulates curiosity and intrigue. Her work is deliberately playful, sometimes magical and at times surreal.
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