My work is primarily concerned with exploring the evolution of place and landscape. Rooted in drawing, it is influenced by historical and contemporary investigations and research, and seeks to combine documentary and intuitive approaches to making.

I draw upon a wide range of sources and inspirations to create works incorporating drawing, intaglio printmaking, photography, film, projection and installation, interweaving traditional techniques with contemporary processes.

My practice is informed by my training and practice in architecture, regeneration and research. I also collaborate with other artists and practices to deliver projects with communities in the public realm.

I create drawings, prints, films and installations, for exhibition, commission and publication. I have exhibited in a range of galleries, publications and installations, including The Open West 2013, the Mall Galleries, Gallery Oldham, Hackney Museum, St Andrew's Leasingham, Phoenix Brighton, MK Gallery, Boston Stump, the Market Estate Project and the London Design Festival. My work is held in various public and private collections and my installations at The Open West 2013 were awarded the Curators Award.

For further information about my practice or to hear about upcoming exhibitions, projects and events please contact me via email at william@williamlindley.co.uk