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Lyndl Hall
updated: 10/25/2013
website: lyndlhall.com
 
   
 
 
     
 
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Oblique Plumb Line (installation detail)
No Vantage Point / Gallery Standard (after Bochner)
White Line #1 (Cantilever)
White Line #2 (Parameter/Perimeter)
49°14'29N , 122°58'17W (to describe space, to divide it, to name it)
Orientation Device 1: Sundial (any straight line facing North).
Orientation Device 2: Sextant (lines are also the accumulation of points).
Orientation Device 3: Compass (a point that is lost on the horizon).
There are other ways of inhabiting the world
There are other ways of inhabiting the world, Page 1.
Installation view: There are other ways of inhabiting the world, Page 1 and A South African Garden (1982-1992).
Sundial #1 - love and youth are but daydreams which pass away with the sunshine and the shadow (detail)
Sundial for Margaret Gatty
Reverie #1 (Sundial)
Reverie #2 (Hopscotch)
 
Portfolio Keywords:  geometric, language, conceptual, architecture, site-specific, historical, mapping, abstract, text
 
 
Oblique Plumb Line (installation detail) by Lyndl Hall
Oblique Plumb Line (installation detail)
Plumb-bob, string, magnet
2010
Dimensions variable
No Vantage Point / Gallery Standard (after Bochner) by Lyndl Hall
No Vantage Point / Gallery Standard (after Bochner)
24 carat gold at 56"
2010
Dimensions variable
White Line #1 (Cantilever) by Lyndl Hall
White Line #1 (Cantilever)
Chalk field-liner, chalk installation
2010
Dimensions variable
White Line #2 (Parameter/Perimeter) by Lyndl Hall
White Line #2 (Parameter/Perimeter)
Chalk field-liner, chalk installation
2010
Dimensions variable
49°14'29N , 122°58'17W (to describe space, to divide it, to name it) by Lyndl Hall
49°14'29N , 122°58'17W (to describe space, to divide it, to name it)
Wood, metal, chalk paint, chalk-lime
2012
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Orientation Device 1: Sundial (any straight line facing North).  by Lyndl Hall
Orientation Device 1: Sundial (any straight line facing North).
Steel,
2012
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Orientation Device 2: Sextant (lines are also the accumulation of points).  by Lyndl Hall
Orientation Device 2: Sextant (lines are also the accumulation of points).
Glass
2012
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Orientation Device 3: Compass (a point that is lost on the horizon). by Lyndl Hall
Orientation Device 3: Compass (a point that is lost on the horizon).
Magnetized steel, magnets
2012
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There are other ways of inhabiting the world by Lyndl Hall
There are other ways of inhabiting the world
Cloth bound, silver foil, ribbon, 82 pages, Artist book edition of 5
2012
9 " x  6 "  x .25 " 
There are other ways of inhabiting the world, Page 1. by Lyndl Hall
There are other ways of inhabiting the world, Page 1.
Digital print
2012
60" x  48" 
Installation view: There are other ways of inhabiting the world, Page 1 and A South African Garden (1982-1992).  by Lyndl Hall
Installation view: There are other ways of inhabiting the world, Page 1 and A South African Garden (1982-1992).
Digital print and Video
2012
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Sundial #1 - love and youth are but daydreams which pass away with the sunshine and the shadow (detail) by Lyndl Hall
Sundial #1 - love and youth are but daydreams which pass away with the sunshine and the shadow (detail)
Cut aluminum leaning North
2012
48" x  1"  x .25" 
Sundial for Margaret Gatty by Lyndl Hall
Sundial for Margaret Gatty
sand cast bronze, wood
2013
43 " x  14 "  x 14 " 
Reverie #1 (Sundial) by Lyndl Hall
Reverie #1 (Sundial)
Photo
2013
22" x  30" 
Reverie #2 (Hopscotch) by Lyndl Hall
Reverie #2 (Hopscotch)
Photo
2013
22" x  30" 

Artist Statement

Lyndl Hall explores how both the physical and implied line, and various tools of delineation, are active agents that direct our perception and affect how we navigate the spaces we inhabit. She is interested in orientation and geometry, specifically within the histories of cartography and draughtsmanship. The language of mapping and the use of numbers and text are intergral to this exploration. Current projects touch upon sundials, hopscotch and Victorian architecture.  

 

Artist Bio / CV

EDUCATION  
-Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Masters of Applied Arts: Visual Arts (2008-2010)
-Concordia University, Bachelor of Fine Arts: Studio Arts (2002-2006) 

EXHIBITIONS

2013
-Properties, Western Front, Vancouver
with Devon Knowles, Erdem Tasdelen and Erica Stocking, curated by Jesse Birch 

2012
-DRAWinternational, Artist in Residence, Caylus, France
-On Fixing Position, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, Canada, (Solo), curated by Darrin Martens
-Even The Stars Seem To Change Their Position, Sanatorium Project Space, Istanbul, Turkey
with Erdem Tasdelen, curated by Babak Golkar

2011
-Once it is a story it remains one or fades, Access Gallery, Vancouver
with Kyla Mallett, Michael Markowsky, Herman Kao and Evan Lee, curated by Shaun Dacey

2010
-The Drawing Room, DRAWN Festival, Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver
-ECU Award Show, Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
-Taken Up, Slightly Revised
, Graduating Exhibition, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver
-I’ll Keep Thinking About It, 1612 Gallery, Vancouver

2009
-Lambda Lambda Lambda and the Omega Mu’s, ( )space, Vancouver
-Not That Grad Show, Concourse Gallery, Vancouver

2008         
-Legal Size, ( )space, Vancouver

2007   
-Obscene Routines and Transitive States, CTRL Lab, Montreal
-For the Disposal of Feminine Products, My Hero Gallery, Montreal

AWARDS     
-Canada Council for the Arts, 2013
-British Columbia Arts Council, 2013 
-Canada Council for the Arts, 2012  
-Winsor Gallery Graduate Student Award, 2010
-Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada, Master’s Scholarship, 2009
-British Columbia Arts Council, Senior Scholarship for Visual Arts and Crafts, 2005 & 2009