Lynda Gammon is a contemporary artist whose work has explored ideas of  space and time through the disciplines of photography, sculpture, performance and assemblage. A number of her projects explore artistic production in relation to feminist practices and present alternative strategies for the representation of inhabitation through ephemeral, temporal and contingent conceptions of the spatial.

She is currently associate professor emeritus in the  Visual Arts Department at the University of Victoria. In 2004 she established flask, an artist press dedicated to the production and dissemination of books by artists and writers.