Lynne McCabe was born in Scotland and lives and works in Houston, TX. McCabe utilizes interactive performance and collaboration between artists and spectators in her exploration of interpersonal relationships. For the Lawndale Studio Artist Program, McCabe produced a series of printed instructions for social sculpture to be displayed progressively in the third floor corridor, culminating in the final instructions in John M. O’Quinn Gallery in May 2008 as part of the 2008 Artist Studio Program Exhibition.
Lynne McCabe received her a BFA with honors in Environmental Art from the Glasgow School of Art in 1999. Select solo exhibitions include a series of three exhibitions titled pot•luck (2007), Commerce Street Artist Warehouse (2005) and Cactus Bra (2005), at Project Row Houses, Houston, TX; The Caledonian Institute for the Study of Interpersonal Relationships presents a series of intimate exchanges hosted by Lynne McCabe, Fotofest 2002, Lawndale, Houston, TX; and behind closed doors, slide performance / installation, HCC TV Studio, Houston Texas. McCabe also served as Programming Committee Chair for Lawndale from 2004 to 2006.