Ballast | Toronto
April 17, 2010

Ballast was commissioned by Great Gulf for their new residence, 'The Charlie', in downtown Toronto. The work is located on the corner of King and Charlotte in the new entertainment district. Ballast represents the change of the area through the history of the of freight lake ships that once serviced the area.


Jessica Bradley Art + Projects | Toronto
May 12 - June 16, 2012

Known for video installation, photography and sculpture, Los Angeles-based Canadian artist Jed Lind investigates technologies that highlight the way the natural and the manmade intersect, with particular reference to 1960s and 70s ideology. For his third exhibition at Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Lind takes the dystopian novel Concrete Island (1974) by J.G. Ballard as the starting point for a new body of work. A modern Robinson Crusoe, Ballard's protagonist crashes his Jaguar between the embankments of London's converging freeways, finding himself stranded on a traffic island. Slowly, he is forced to dissemble his luxury car, fashioning the parts into means of survival, and tools for escape.

Lind also uses the automobile as a site of material possibility, reclaiming and transforming various car parts into a series of sculptures. A set of eight silver gelatin photographs spells out the Latin word "COMMUNIS," which translates to "common" or "public domain," inspired by the ornamental African plant Ricinus communis that has taken root in the desolate spaces around the Los Angeles freeway system.


Beacon Arts Building | Inglewood, California May 12 - June 14, 2012

Participating Artists
China Adams, Steven Bankhead, Fay Ray, GeoVanna Gonzalez, Kate Harding, Doug Harvey, Flora Kao, Jed Lind, Nuttaphol Ma, Jessica Minckley, Sandeep Mukherjee, MA Peers, Antoine Roegiers, Leigh Salgado, Amy Sarkisian, Lisa C Soto and Tim Youd


Pepin Moore | Los Angeles, California December 10 - December 30, 2011

Participating Artists
Skip Arnold, Phil Chang, Liz Glynn, Emilie Halpern, Jed Lind and Amir Nikravan


Toronto Sculpture Garden | Toronto, Canada September 20, 2011 - September 19, 2012

Celebrating the Toronto Sculpture Garden's 30th Anniversary


516 Arts | Albuquerque, New Mexico June 4 - August 27, 2011

Participating Artists
Justin Bagley, Amy Balkin, Michelle Blade, Building a Nation, Siraj Izhar, Jed Lind, Elysa Lozano, Mary Mattingly, Travis Meinolf, Meow Wolf, Jay Nelson, N55, Mia Nussbaum, David Ondrik, Stephanie Smith, Swimming Cities and David Wilson


Museo de Art de Zapopan | Zapopan, Mexico June 3 - August 21, 2011

Participating Artists
Bas Jan Ader, Artemio, Piero Golia, Martin Kersels, Gonzalo Lebrija, Jed Lind, Kate Newby, Thiago Rocha Pitta, Fernando Sanchez, Sebastian Stumpf and Diego Teo

Photo Credit: Marcos García


FOCA | Los Angeles
April 9 - June 4, 2011

Participating Artists
Olga Koumoundouros, Jed Lind, Charles Long, Jill Newman, Pat O'neil, Melissa Thorne and Bari Ziperstein

Talia Chetrit | Marie Jager | Jed Lind

Pepin Moore | Los Angeles
December 10 - January 15, 2011

Participating Artists
Talia Chetrit, Marie Jager and Jed Lind


Steve Turner Contemporary | Los Angeles
November 20 - December 18, 2010

Participating Artists
Michael Decker, Liz Glynn, Jed Lind and Jacob Yanes

Los Angeles Times Review


Pitzer Art Galleries | Claremont
September 30 - December 10, 2010

Participating Artists
Bas Jan Ader, Artemio, Piero Golia, Martin Kersels, Gonzalo Lebrija, Jed Lind, Kate Newby, Thiago Rocha Pitta, Fernando Sanchez, Sebastian Stumpf and Diego Teo

Los Angeles Times
Inland Empire Weekly


Laguna Art Museum | Laguna
June 12 - October 3, 2010

Coastal Stairway Receiving Array was created in collaboration with Russell Crotty for the Laguna Art Museum.

Participating Artists
Kim Abeles, Kevin Ancell, Bamboo Ben, Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet, Wolfgang Bloch, Esteban Bojorquez, Matthew Causey, The Clayton Brothers, Russell Crotty and Jed Lind, Albert Cuellar, Gregg Gibbs, Jeff Gillette, Laurie Hassold, George Herms, Jason Maloney, Elizabeth McGrath, Michael C. McMillen, Marion Peck and Mark Ryden, Kenny Scharf, James P. Scott, Shag, Mike Shine, Savanna Snow, Travis Somerville, Craig Stecyk, Stanislav Szukalski, Marnie Weber and Martin Wittfooth



Marine | Los Angeles
July 11 - September 5, 2009

Participating Artists
Ron Griffin, Ed Ruscha, Shane Guffogg, Christopher Michig, Seth kaufman, Jed Lind, Heather cook, M.B. Boissonault, Peter Lograsso, Christopher Pate, Michelle Weinstein, Debra Scacco, Jeff Ostergren, Ricky Allman and Michael Rey


The Power Plant | Toronto
June 12 - August 30, 2009

Participating Artists
Adel Abdessemed, Franz Ackermann, Angela Bulloch, Mircea Cantor, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, Cerith Wyn Evans, Henrik Håkansson, Antonia Hirsch, Thomas Hirschhorn, Ann Veronica Janssens, Kimsooja, Jed Lind, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Josiah McElheny, Tania Mouraud, Gabriel Orozco, The Otolith Group, Adrian Paci, Trevor Paglen, Fred Tomaselli and Keith Tyson. Henrik Håkansson, Tania Mouraud and Katie Paterson

The Globe & Mail, 2009


Jessica Bradley Art + Projects | Toronto
October 23 - November 19, 2008

In the 2005 season Jessica Bradley Art & Projects presented Lind's A False Dawn, an exhibition which included his entrancing video installation Limelight accompanied by a series of related photographs and sculptures. Since then this Los Angeles-based artist has continued to produce works that plumb related yet disparate histories, such as the provisional architecture of the coastal societies of the Hebridies, Buckminister Fuller's utopian legacy symbolized by the geodesic dome, Dutch artist Bas Jan Ader's romantic but doomed idealism and Robert Smithson's revolutionary approach to art making.

The title of this exhibition, Fluid Geographies, refers to a short essay that Fuller wrote recounting the activities of coastal inhabitants contrasted with those of land-bound societies. The former, he claims, are in touch with the ever-changing dynamic of their environment and must constantly redesign their living and working circumstances to adapt. Buckminster Fuller's famous quotation “ But I seem to be a verb” (rather than a noun) appears in this text.

Among the works Jed Lind will present in his second solo exhibition at the gallery is a spectacular sculpture crafted from an aluminum canoe and a series of celestial images of the sky. In these photographs the camera is spun to mimic the rotation of the earth, creating a drawing-like quality.


Wignall Museum at Chaffey College | Los Angeles
October 20 – November 19, 2008

Participating Artists
Robert Alderette, Matthew Bryant, Enrique Castrejon, Hollis Cooper, Andres Janacua, Jed Lind, Rachel Lachowicz, Jean Lowe, Rachel Mason, Richard Metzgar, Joey Lehmann Morris, Christian Mounger, Joe Suzuki and Ryan Taber


Outpost for Contemporary Art | Los Angeles
June 7 – June 22, 2008

In collaboration with Bari Ziperstein and Jasmin Shokrian

Participating Artists
Stephanie Allespach, Steven L. Anderson, Enrique Castrejon, Phil Chang, Chris Diaz, Emilie Halpern, Mary Beth Heffernan, Sara Hendren, Nancy Keystone, Julie Lequin, Jed Lind, Bari Ziperstein, Jasmin Shokrian, Jay Lizo, MATERIAL, Jeff Ostergren, Kim Schoen, Louisa Van Leer and Mary Weatherford

Notes From The Overpass: From Los Angeles & St. Petersburg

Gallerie G18 | Helsinki, Finland
August 21 - September 18, 2007

Participating Artists
John Pearson, Julie Orser, Bari Ziperstein, Craig Havens, Jessica Hankey, Brett Cody Rogers, Emily Newman, Adam Schwartz, Jen Schwarting, Gian Martin Joller, Victoria Fu, Jed Lind, Max Maslansky, Hadley Holliday, Kostya Ushakov, Alyona Krasnoshanova, Masha Domogatskaya, Olga Jitlina, Alina Belishkina, Yana Klichuk, Masha Sha, Masha Godovannaya, Vladimir Lilo and Lale Speis


Vault 14 | Valletta, Malta
April 14 – April 22, 2007

Participating Artists
Ruth Bianco, Vinca Briffa, Ann Kathrin Greiner, Jed Lind, Peter Maltz, Mark Mangion, Jaume Sabater Garau, Chris Sant Fournier, Martina Schmuecker


CAG Gallery | St Petersburg, Russia
March 3 – March 17, 2007

Participating Artists
Alice Konitz, Hadley Holiday,Victoria Fu, Mik and Vodka, Gian Martin Joller, Julie Orser, John Pearson, Michael Queenland, Jen Schwarting, Adam Schwartz and Bari Ziperstein

Somewhere Better than this Place; Nowhere Better than this Place

One Night Gallery | Havana, Cuba
March 31, 2006

Participating Artists
Jed Lind, Lot-ek, Rene Quintana, Martin Kersels, Jeff Cain, Fiona Jack, Nelson Ramirez de Arellano, Alfredo Ramos, Joe Santarromana, Evelyn Serrano, Liudmila Velasco and Augusta Wood

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Galerie Rene Blouin | Montreal
February 18 – March 25, 2006

Participating Artists
Marla Hlady, Liza Klapstock, David Merritt, Jed Lind, Ben Reeves, Derek Sullivan and Zin Taylor


Jessica Bradley Art + Projects | Toronto
September 17 - October 22, 2005

A graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, Lind’s video installation Limelight has been acclaimed by Los Angeles Times’ critic Christopher Knight as an accomplished work of conceptual depth and meaning by an emerging artist. Limelight is a haunting two-screen video projection that examines a brief technological moment and the implications of its obsolescence in our perception of time, space and ultimately, nature. Lind will also exhibit a new series of related photographs and two recent sculptures.


Shoshana Wayne Gallery | Santa Monica
August 6 - September 3, 2005

Participating Artists
Yoko Iida, Jed Lind, T.V. Moore, Tyler Rowland, Lisa Sanditz, Ryan Taber and Cheyenne Weaver

LA Times, 2005


Art Center College of Design | Pasadena
June 12 – August 21, 2004

Participating Artists
120 MFA graduate artists from Art Center College of Design, Cal Arts, Claremont, Otis College of Art and Design, UC Irvine, UCLA, UC San Diego and USC


L Shape Gallery | Los Angeles
March 21 - March 28, 2004

Final thesis exhibition at The California Institute of the Arts


Peggy Phelps Gallery | Claremont
August 4 - August 15, 2003

Participating Artists
Scott Aston, Rochelle Botello, Kristin duCharme, Yoko Iida, Marie Jager, Laurennfann Lavitt, Jed Lind, Vanessa Madrid, Emily Newman, Antonio A. Puleo, Maureen Staley and Stephanie Wagner


Mint Gallery | Los Angeles
February 10 – February 15, 2003

Mid residency exhibition at California Institute of the Arts