Iliff’s sculpture is informed by drawing, body-centered identity, and concepts of building and becoming.  As a visual poetry the work references a composite of essential forms-architectural, botanical, mineral and symbolic. It invites an intimate conversation acknowledging and honoring the primary relationship of body: the body that stands and breathes and moves in space; the body felt as vessel-a living, osmotic, container.  How we view the body impacts our relationship to the body of the planet.
Born in Orange, NJ, Lindsay attended Boston University, receiving a BFA in sculpture. As a visual artist she has worked in most sculptural mediums as well as painting. While living in NYC, Lindsay worked as prop assistant to Carolee Schneemann, in her performance of Swing, at the Feminist Art Institute.
Her work has recently been shown at New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM and in Albuquerque, at the New Mexico Art League's exhibition, Biologique. In 2018, Iliff's work was exhibited in group shows at City of Mud gallery and Keep Contemporary, both in Santa Fe, NM.

Iliff has lived and worked in Santa Fe, NM since 1997.