Lyndsey Walsh is an artist, writer, and researcher based in Berlin. Lyndsey’s practice fuses horror with transdisciplinary investigations about the ruptures created by technology in the corporality of culture and uses Crip, Queer, and intersectional feminist frameworks to destabilize cultural binaries. They have been featured in Frieze Art Week New York, the Humboldt Forum, the Ural Biennial, the Berlin Biennale, Athens Digital Arts Festival, Transmediale/CTM, and more.
Zeal Residency Project
Lyndsey Walsh’s residency project “Fowl Actions at a Distance” explores the rural cosmos, revealing how “the future is a created concept”. Inspired by Xiaowei Wang’s book “Blockchain Chicken Farm”, the project aims to question cultural perceptions of rural environments as “backwards” landscapes. Using chickens as a starting place for unravelling the rural cosmos, “Fowl Actions at a Distance” focuses on how reality can be extended, transformed, and manipulated across scales, from rural and urban environments to quantumly entangled particles.
“Fowl Actions at a Distance” sets out to bridge and rupture relations between humans, non-humans, and machines.”