Lyndal Walker

Lyndal Walker’s solo practice has been concerned with themes of gender, identity, time and fashion. The nature of images and the process of looking are core conceptual concerns that pervade her photographs and installations. Challenging gender stereotypes and exploring fluidity have been an aspect of her practice for many years and she has done this through forms that challenge convention and fine art traditions. She is concerned with the role of photographs in our lives and her works have often confused the nature of objects and images She has used fashion accessories to interrogate personal identity and retail interior design tropes such as changing rooms and mirrors, to consider personal and collective transformation.

She has worked with photographs, installations and textiles. She has investigated the theme of time through strategies such as personification, conducting public rituals, investigation of age, and in relationship to related themes such as truth.

Lyndal Walker has exhibited installations and photographs since the 1990s at galleries including MCA, Sydney, NGV, Melbourne, Modern Culture, New York and the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin.

 

 

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