Whitney Lynn is a multimedia artist who explores the role of images in the construction of myth, illusion, and desire. Mining cultural and political histories, she reframes familiar narratives to question dynamics of power using expanded forms of sculpture, performance, photography, and drawing in a project-based practice. Lynn recently installed Not Seeing is a Flower (2018), a site-specific project for the San Diego International Airport. Her work has been exhibited internationally at venues including SFMOMA, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the de Young Museum in San Francisco; Centro Bahía and Estudio 8 in Cuba; Exit Art, New York; and the Neon Museum, Las Vegas, where she was the first artist-in-residence. She is currently working on a project that will be installed alongside the Burke-Gilman Trail in Seattle.