2018:

Seeing Systems, exhibition, works by Boredomresearch, Suki Chan, Anne Haaning, Lyndsay Mann, Ursula Mayer, Naheed Raza and Louise K Wilson. ArtScience on Screen + Videoclub, ArtScience Museum, Singapore

Viewfinder, International Showcase trip to Singapore. Organised by Videoclub with ArtScience Museum, Singapore. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

Character Double, programmed + lead reading group exploring Nathalie Sarraute’s writing in relation to research and moving image, LUX Scotland.

Here Was Elsewhere: FFWD>> exhibition, Moving image work from Scotland, Cooper Gallery, Dundee.

Utter, Utter, Utter, performance reading event in collaboration with Alex Hetherington, commissioned by Sophia Hao as part of Here Was Elsewhere: FFWD, Cooper Gallery, Dundee.

2017: (January to October – Maternity leave)
Screening + Artist’s Talk, Lyndsay Mann in conversation w/ Tiffany Boyle, curator at Mother Tongue. Presented in partnership w/ 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow to coincide with the exhibition Red Naomi, Radek Brousil.

‘No Space is Innocent’, performance reading, part of Ulay: So you see me, Cooper Gallery, Dundee.

2016: (December – Completion of PhD, graduation November 2017)
FFWD>> Moving Image from Scotland, curated by Sophia Hao & Alex Hetherington, supported by British Council. Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai.

The Extended Voice, artist’s talk + publication launch, Transmediale festival, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.

On Voice and Vulnerability, artist’s talk + screening as part of a public workshop w/ Brian Eno, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.

Say-so, curated film programme, commissioned by guest co-editors Claire Walsh & Susanne van der Lingen at MAP for Glasgow Film Festival.

Producing Artists’ Moving Image in Scotland panel discussion, invited speaker w/ Luke Fowler, Kate Gray, Katie Nicoll, Kate Parker, LUX Scotland & Glasgow Film Festival.

2015:
Excessive Research
, workshop with Aarhus University and A Peer Reviewed Journal About, Denmark, Transmediale, Berlin, Contemporary Art Lab, Liverpool John Moores University, and Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK

Silhouette, Score, Proximity, Panopticon, ‘a collaged conversation’, exhibition in print, Scottish Art News magazine, Issue 24. MEFS satellite programme for Ripples on the Pond, GOMA, Glagsow.

2014:
Kino Climates, screening, Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle.

Rehearsed, presentation and reading exploring embodied female voices on screen, part of Polyvocal Voices, Katherine MacBride at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow.

How Does the Group Function, screening, Enclave Projects, London.

Viewing Voices: Voice and Moving Image symposium. I devised + organised screenings + discussions w/ curator Ruth Noack (Berlin), artist Imogen Stidworthy (Liverpool), visual anthropologist Dr Andrew Irving (Manchester), writer and critic Dr Susannah Thompson (Glasgow). In partnership w/ Edinburgh International Film Festival, supported by Scottish Documentary Institute, and LUX Artists’ Moving Image, London, Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh.

2013:
The Slow-Wave
, (solo) live event, reading performance and screening, Modern Edinburgh Film School, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh.

LUX Open Forum, co-organiser/host of the in-dialogue event, Tramway’s Artists’ Moving Image Festival, programmed by Mason Leaver-Yap, Glasgow.

Annotated Palace Posters, Palace Projects curated by Darren Banks, online.

The Hand that Holds The Desert Down. New work commissioned and curated by Modern Edinburgh Film School at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Edinburgh.

‘Lyndsay Mann’ (solo), exhibition and residency, curated by Chiara Agnello, Careof and Documentation Centre for Visual Art, Milan.

Formed Where Found, (2-person with Stuart Bennett), exhibition and publication. Curated by blip blip blip, East Street Arts, Leeds.

2008 – 12: 
Group screenings, exhibitions, performances: to-camera, (solo) Creative Lab, CCA Glasgow; Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York St Mary’s Gallery + Bar Lane Gallery, York; Material Rites, Inspace, Edinburgh, and Royal British Society of Sculptors, London; Look Now, screening, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin; Dense Mouth, (solo) FOUR gallery, Dublin; Warehouse of Horrors, Studio Warehouse, Glasgow; Imagine A Spectacle, Bloomsbury Theatre, London; Heavy Influence, Edinburgh Art Festival; As we Speak, Stereo, Glasgow; Pudding Collective, Edinburgh and Supermarket Art Fair, Stockholm; Lyndsay Mann / Ewan Robertson, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop at Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh; SURVEY, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh; Inkubator i + ii, Edinburgh Printmakers, and The DLI Museum and Durham Art Gallery, Durham.

2012-15 Edinburgh College of Art PhD Art Scholarship, College of Humanities & Social Science, University of Edinburgh

2015 – current  Member of Invisible Knowledge public engagement initiative, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glagsow

2013  FDV Residency, Careof: Centre for Contemporary Art and DOCVA: Documentation Centre for Visual Arts, Milan

2012  Creative Lab Residency, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow, UK

2012  Professional Development Award, Creative Scotland

2012  Festivals and Events Award, Creative Scotland

2012 – 2014  Studio holder, ESW Bill Scott Sculpture Centre, Edinburgh

2011   Alt-w Award, New Media Scotland funded by Centre for Design Informatics and Creative Scotland.

2011   Hope Scott Trust award.

2011 – 2014  Member of LUX/CCA critical forum, Glasgow. Artists working with moving image in Scotland.

2011 – 2013  Board member, Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, Berwick-Upon-Tweed.

2010   Launched The Agent Ria:registeredinart, online channel for contemporary artists video.

2008/9  Artist Residency, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, UK.  Funded by Esmee Fairburn Foundation.

2008/9   Professional Development Award, Scottish Arts Council.

2008  International Studio Residency, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Dublin. Supported by Arts Council Ireland.

Education:

2012-16    Voicing Uncertainty, practice-based PhD on forms of voice in moving image that disrupt hierarchies of discourse. Co-supervised in Philosophy of Mind (with Prof Andy Clark). Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh. Supported by ECA Art Scholarship.

1992-95    BA (Hons) Fine Art: Printmaking and Photomedia, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London

1991-92    Foundation Course, Cumbria College of Art & Design, Carlisle

Teaching:

2017-ongoing   Voice in the Artwork, course I devised + deliver, School of Art, Edinburgh College of Art, UoE.

2013-ongoing   Tutor in Sculpture, BA + MA Fine Art,  Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh.

2015   Research Mentor for Satellites Programme artists, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh.

2015   The Performing Object, Foundation Programme Workshop, Leeds College of Art.

2011   Guest Lecturer, MSc: Film in the Public Space, School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh

2015  ‘A collaged conversation’, Scottish Art News magazine November (Issue 24 Winter 2015)

2013 Formed Where Found: a visual conversation between Stuart Bennett and Lyndsay Mann, blip blip blip, Leeds

2011 Material Rites, Royal British Society of Sculptors exhibition catalogue

2009 Dublin report, Brian Dillon. Frieze, Issue 124. p180-181

2009 Object Rehersals, Kerstin Mey [author Art + Obscenity, (I.B.Tauris pub.2006)], Stills gallery commissioned essay

2009 Warehouse of Horrors, Embassy Gallery and SWG3, Glasgow exhibition catalogue

2008 The Beat Goes.., Jennie Temple. ESW commissioned essay.

2008 Scottish Arts Council, Visual Arts Features artist > SAC Archive

2008 International Residencies, interview by Paul Stone, A-N Magazine, June/July issue, P67 & online.

2008 Dublin: the city according to art, Art Review, May Issue, p90-99