Lyndsay Mann is an artist filmmaker based in Scotland whose works bring together sculpture, writing and moving image. Voice is a key material in her practice, involving interviews, readings, voice-over and live voice, and exploring the internalised experiences of inner voice as they relate to self-perception and memory.

More about her current work, A Desire For Organic Order (2016) [64 minutes] can be found >here

Projects in 2016 include The Extended Voice, a performative artist’s talk at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, as part of Transmediale festival, and Say-so, a curated screening programme at Glasgow Film Festival 2016, commission by MAP magazine, as part of their ‘Voicing the Archive’ season.

Recent projects with: Edinburgh International Film Festival, Scottish Documentary Institute and LUX, London; Careof / DOCVA, Milan; Transmission Gallery, Glasgow; blip blip blip, East Street Arts, Leeds; Modern Edinburgh Film School; Tramway, Glasgow; Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh; CCA, Glasgow; Enclave, London; Royal British Society of Sculptors, London


Lyndsay is currently completing a PhD in Voice and Uncertainty, on concepts of voice, artists’ moving image, and philosophy of mind, at Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh (awarded the School of Art PhD scholarship 2012-15).  Andy Clark, Professor of Logic and Metaphysics in the school of Philosophy is also a supervisor. An abstract of her thesis can be read >here:

Lyndsay graduated from Central Saint Martins, London, and currently lectures in Art at Edinburgh College of Art.


Stepping-Out, 2009 (video still: artist with brain)