2004 PhD (Divining Author(ity): co-evolutions in public places: evolution, creativity and the Visual Arts: a woman’s perspective, Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Queensland University of Technology
1992 Graduate Diploma in Vis. Arts Monash University, Gippsland
1967 Dip. Physiotherapy, University of Queensland


1996 QUT Postgraduate Research Award
1993 Arts Queensland, V.A.C&D.B. - Fellowship Grant
1992 Australia Council, V.A.C.B. - Overseas Studio Grant
1988 Australia Council, V.A.C.B. - Project Grant
1985 Australia Council, V.A.C.B. - Project Grant
1967 The Margaret Nicoll Memorial Prize - University of Qld


The James Sourris AM Collection
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Lord McAlpine, England
Private Collections, Australia


2000 Strand Redevelopment, Townsville, Strand Park integrated Artwork, Landscape 10: Hambeluna: Spirit Rising, a collaboration with Walter Smith and Associates
1999 Brisbane City Mall Redevelopment, Landscape 8:Confluence:Place of Spirits Meeting, Albert St Water Feature, with John Mainwaring, and Bligh Voller Nield, Architects
1998 Architecture Dept., QUT, Gardens Point, Brisbane, Landscape 7: Limina, a collaboration with Bligh Voller Nield, Architects


1998 Bligh Voller Nield, Architects, Brisbane, Artist in Residence (Arts Queensland)
1980-82 Queensland College of Art, Resident Independent Artist


2013 The Block, QUT, Kelvin Grove, Tangent
1998 BVN Residency, Lake Crackenback, ACT, Performance in the Landscape: Enki's Door
1998 BVN Residency, Brisbane, Performance in the Landscape: Forbidden Door
1998 BVN Residency, Brisbane, Illumination Series
1993 Qld. College of Art Gallery, Griffith University, Viaggi
1991 Linden Gallery, Melbourne, Installation
  Noosa Regional Gallery, Installation
1990 Qld. Art Gallery, Brisbane, Complicity  1 2 3
1990 Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Evolution
1989 College Gallery S.A.C.A.E, Adelaide, Floating Shrine
  Gryphon Gallery, Melbourne University, Floating Shrine
  Irving Galleries, Sydney, Floating Shrine
1987 Bonython Meadmore Gallery, Adelaide, Landscape 3:Shrine
1985 Qld. Art Gallery, Brisbane, Landscape.2: Sentinel
1984 Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Landscape.1:Mandala


2022/23 QAGOMA, ‘Courage and Beauty: The James C. Sourris AM Collection’, Passing
2019/20 New Women Exhibition, Museum of Brisbane, Video documentation, Landscape 4 Temple
2018 Bellas Gallery, One Last Time, Passing (James Sourris AM Collection, QAG)
2016 UQ Art Museum, Ephemeral Traces. Brisbane’s artist-run scene in the 1980s
1996 Artlink - Sequinz: A survey of electronic art from Australia - a CD Rom publication of interactive multimedia art works, “Determinate Body”, in collaboration with Glenda Nalder
1995 Noosa Regional Gallery, Tewantin - Zero One: Digital Shifts 2, “Between Zero & One: Body Image” a collaboration with Glenda Nalder
1995 Q.U.T. Art Gallery, Brisbane - Art and Technology: Recent works
1995 Princess Theatre, Brisbane Fringe Festival, PSEUDO, “Shhh !” a collaboration with Glenda Nalder and Sue Benner
1995 Plimsoll Gallery, Centre for the Arts, Hobart - Out of the Analogue
1994 IMA, Brisbane, Knowing the Sensorium, a collaboration with Jump-up-Arts
1994 Ivan Dougherty, Sydney, 25 Years of Performance Art
  Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 25 Years of Performance Art
  Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, 25 Years of Performance Art
  Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, 25 Years of Performance Art
  Aust. Centre of Contemporary Art, Melb. - 25 Years of Performance Art
1992 Latrobe Valley Art Centre, Morwell, Graduate Exhibition, “Representing Absence”
1991 Penrith Lakes, Aust. Perspecta, (West. Sites), “Landscape 6”
1990 Heide Park and Art Gallery, 4th Australian Sculpture Triennial, “Landscape 5 Labyrinth”
1990 Qld. Art Gallery, Brisbane, Reference Points
1988 Mildura Arts Centre, 10th Mildura Sculpture Triennial, “Landscape 4 Temple”
1988 Qld. College of Art Gallery, Griffith University, Work to Screen (Projecting Performance)
1988 The Centre Gallery, Gold Coast, A Complementary Caste: a homage to women artists in QLD
1987 School of Arts, Brisbane, Suncorp Art Award
1987 John Mills National, Brisbane, Belles Lettres
1987 The Centre Gallery, Gold Coast, Gold Coast Art Prize
1983 Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, No Names, “Altered Perspectives”
1983 St John’s Cathedral, Sculpture Society Exhibition Space Within, “Flight”
1982 Community Arts Centre, Sculpture Society Exhibition, Festival’82, “Installation’82”
1982 University of Qld. Art Museum, Brisbane, Women’s Work


1998 Bligh Voller Nield, Brisbane, Collaboration, Installations with John Armstrong, Midge Allom
1994 Art Pavilion, Goondiwindi, An Unbroken Existence, in collaboration with Jump-up-Arts
1994 Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, An Unbroken Existence, with Jump-up-Arts
1992 Concept Development -Louisa - A full length ballet - a collaboration with Pamela Buckman, choreographer & Vincent Plush, composer
Funded by Arts Qld & Aust. Council


Anne Marsh DOING Feminism, Women’s Art and Feminist Criticism in Australia, 2021
Meridith Hinchcliffe “Artistic Exposure: Urban arts guerilla in a national architects’ practice” smARTS, Issue 18, June 1999
Marsh, Malyon
and Watts
The Art Book, Oxford Uni Press, 1999
Jane Magon “Spirituality in Contemporary Australian Art: Some Contexts and Issues in Interpretation” Artlink, Art and the Spirit, Vol 18 #1 1998, pp 38-40
Anna Voight New Visions, New Perspectives: Voices of Contemporary Australian Women Artists, Craftsman House 1996
Christine Morrow “Viaggi”, Eyeline, Autumn, 1994 No.24, pp. 10-13
Glenda Nalder “Regional Art and the Politics of Space”, Periphery, No 20, Aug.1994
Yenda Carson “Goondiwindi Report”, Periphery, No 20, Aug.1994
Margaret Turner “Unbroken Ground”, Art Monthly, Sept. 1994
Jan Leo “Unbroken Existence”, Eyeline, Summer, 1994. No 26, pp. 24-26
Nicholas Zurbrugg “Fatal Attractions’ Women and Technology”, Normana Wight, Edit Videns, Lyndall Milani”, Artlink: Art and the Feminist Project Vol 14, No.1, Aut.94, pp 48-50
Glenda Nalder Viaggi, Catalogue, 1993
Ann Marsh Body and Self: Performance Art in Australia 1969-92, pp. 152/3,1993
Ken Scarlett Contemporary Sculpture in Australian Gardens, Sydney: Craftsman House, 1993
Sandy Kirby Sight Lines: Women’s Art and Feminist Perspectives in Australia, Sydney: Craftsman House and Gordon and Breach, 1992, pp. 130-131
Bruce Muirhead “Architecture & Lyndall Milani’s Installation’s”, Artlink: Art, Architecture, Environment, Vol 11, No 4, Summer, 91/2, pp.19/21
Alex Selenitsch “Susan Fereday, Lyndall Milani, Marie Sierra Hughes, Concurrent Individual Exhibitions at Linden” Agenda, 20/1, Nov.91/Jan.92 p. 42
Anne Kirker “Lyndall Milani”, Art and Australia Vol 28, No. 3, Aut. 1991, pp. 373-7
Elizabeth Cross 4th Aust. Sculpt. Triennial, Catalogue, 1990
Anne Kirker Evolution, Institute of Modern Art, Catalogue, 1990
Neville Drury New Art Four, Sydney: Craftsman House, 1989
Stephanie Britten “Art Rave”, Artlink Vol 8 No. 2, Adelaide, 1988
Isobel Davies “Women at the 10th Mildura Sculpture Triennial” Women’s Art Register, Vol 1, No. 2, Melbourne, 1988
Browyn Larner A Complementary Caste, a homage to women artists in Qld. past and present, Catalogue, Centre Gallery, Gold Coast, 1988
Leone Furler “Reviews”, Artlink Vol 7 No. 1, Adelaide, March- April, 1987
Michel Sourgne Landscape 2 Sentinel, Catalogue, Queensland Art Gallery, 1985