Lindsay McCosh currently has work in the Never Again (Again) show at 333 Midland
She has recently also participated in the Big Sculpture show, The Resident Show and Revolted at 333 Midland where she currently has her studio She has also participated in the Uninvited Show at the Tangent Gallery and upon returning to the Detroit area has shown work with the Grosse Pointe Art Center. The Anything Goes show with the Grosse Pointe Art Center won her the honor of participating in the Best of the Best show.
She has completed a multi-media sculpture for Riverside Park in New York City titled Harbor for Industry. It includes 2 cement figures, a steel tower, and a kinetic wind turbine/mobile. She was nominated and selected to participate in the Model to Monument Program through The Art Students League of New York in conjunction with the New York Parks Department to achieve this honored position. It has received a lot of press attention in both print and video, links can be found on her website.
Highlights include the more extensive video coverage found on the Blouin ArtInfo video: From Models to Monuments, Sculpture in Riverside Park by Kristen Boatright December 6, 2014 and Hudson River Stories, Model to Monument 2014 June 25, 2014. Lines from the League also has a featured interview with Lindsay in the Winter edition 2013, Model to Monument Fellowship 2014; Lindsay McCosh.
The New York Times, Art Daily.org, New 12 Brooklyn, Eyewitness News 7, myfoxny.com also covered this project. In addition the Daily News covered the collaborative sculpture, Tree of Life, installed in Vancortlandt Park which was created with other Models to Monument participants.
Lindsay is also proud to have been part of the creation of the interactive ride Death Rattler. It was a giant viper fish propelled by a valveless pulse jet to create a spinning airborne spectacle made out of scrap metal and found objects. It was unveiled and created for Robodock, a robotics festival in Amsterdam and soon became one of the highlights of the festival. This was a collaborative project produced with Madagascar Institute in which every person was an integral part of its’ success. Lindsay was also the lead designer and project manager on the Voodoo Lily Bike Carousel with Madagascar Institute that went to the Google IO conference in 2009. She adapted the already popular bike carousel to include a giant man eating plant and jungle. The ride featured an LED illuminated Voodoo Lily centerpiece and giant Venus Fly traps that chomped at the passengers. The materials used on the ride included, fiberglass, steel, and found objects.
During her time with Madagascar Institute Lindsay was included in Artforum, Aug 8, 2006 Art or Sound , Indian Summer for the Ring My Bell project designed by Mike Ross.
Lindsay McCosh has a BFA from the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit. She has also taken stone carving at The Carving Studio in Rutland, Vermont and has grown through mentorship with Barney Hodes at the Art Students League of New York where she was a monitor for a figurative sculpting class. She has furthered her education and experiences by taking additional classes at both The Art Institute of Chicago and The School of the Visual Arts in New York.
Lindsay’s figurative work has been honored as 2nd best in show, at the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery. Her figurative work is represented and permanently on display at Craftspeople in Woodstock, NY and her Harbor for Industry has been moved to Rockland Community College for a permanent installation. Her cast paper reliefs were also sold at the Cila Scott gallery in Detroit.