Lynn Silverman (American, b. 1952) is a distinguished photographer who was born in Syracuse, New York. After graduating from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, she emigrated to Sydney, Australia where she taught for 6 years. Following a brief period back in the United States, Silverman emigrated to Britain where she was awarded a Master of Arts from Goldsmith’s College in London. The experience of living on three different continents has had a profound effect on the way Lynn sees the world, which is reflected in her practice. Silverman eventually returned to the United States where she became a long-standing Professor of Photography at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, and where she is now currently Professor Emeritus. Silverman’s career is marked by myriad important solo and group exhibitions worldwide, and her work is the subject of many books, catalogues, scholarly journals, and even a poetry collaboration. In 2010, Silverman was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to the Czech Republic. From 2019-2021, Silverman collaborated witheminent sound and time based media artist, Jason Sloan, to produce the masterfully scored, haunting experimental film Memory Foam, premiering at Goya Contemporary in January of 2022. Silverman is represented by Goya Contemporary.