Lindsay Fisher is a multi-disciplinary artist with various practices in digital media, painting, illustration, textiles, graphic arts and curatorial arts. Her artwork often explores cultural methods of representation and performing identity, the construction and fragmentation of gender, feminism and the body, and notions of disability and difference. Her work has been shown at galleries in Vancouver, Toronto and Kingston including the Justina Barnicke Gallery as part of Flesh of the World curated by Amanda Cachia.
She is the founder and director of Project Creative Users, a community arts project that brings artists with disabilities and embodied difference together to creatively explore social, cultural, and individual understandings of disability and accessibility through the process of exploring what it means to be a “user” in the environments we inhabit.
Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr University and a Bachelor of Graphic Design from OCAD University. She currently works in Toronto.