LINDER, Sterling; TOBIN, Amy (ed.)
Including extensive documentation of working drawings, and research images – the materials that have long formed the basis of Linder’s work – Linderism offers a new perspectives on the artist’s wide-ranging practice. Essays by James Boaden, Alyce Mahon, Amy Tobin, and Sarah Victoria Turner, address Linder’s early photomontages forged in the crucible of punk and post-punk culture in the North-West of England, as well as more recent shifts in her practice encompassing spirituality, the occult, and the surreal.
The book accompanies the 2020 exhibition by the same title at Kettle’s Yard, at University of Cambridge, UK. [publisher’s note]