Lindsay Sekulowicz is an artist based between London and Scotland.
She completed her Ba (Hons) at the Glasgow School of Art in the department of Environmental Art and attained a postgraduate diploma at the Prince’s Drawing School in London.
In her practice, Sekulowicz focuses on historical collections and biological studies. The consideration for material and form is fundamental to all of the works. Primarily, she works through drawing, painting and sculptural installations, utilising often basic and instinctive techniques, with time, study and looking being important factors in the making process.
In the past, Sekulowicz has worked with entomologists from the Museum of Natural History of Florence, Museo ‘LA SPECOLA’, travelling with them on two expeditions to jungles in Malaysia and Ecuador.
In 2012 she completed a residency at the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum at the University of Dundee, where her research was focused on neuroscientific studies of space and memory.
Most recently, she has been working with botanist from the University of Addis Ababa and Kew Gardens, compiling a series of drawings of Ethiopian medicinal plants.