Paul Etienne Lincoln

March 29, 2005

Paul Etienne Lincoln designs complex microcosms presided over by fantastic machines and apparatuses. Machines that obey mechanical, physical or biochemical laws with occasionally manic precision, either in order to perform humorously surreal actions, or to summon forth ephemeral poetic visions. (1)


Paul Etienne Lincoln was born in London in 1959 and attended the Royal College of Art. His work has been exhibited in Europe since 1981 when he was included in Young Contemporaries at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London.



(1) from: “Why Is The Bear Being Milked?” Claudia Banz in “The Metropolis Of Metaphorical Intimations”