Press Review:

Linda Aloysius: To Keep Standing'


by

Art critic, poet, novelist and curator: Cherry Smyth


Cherry Smyth reviews my site sensitive project: Land Operation: New Model Army: Site, Sculpture, Marginality (2017).

The artist's publication for the project is forthcoming (September 2017).



Conference Paper:
 

Intimacy and Post-Internet Cities: Art + Women's Dirty Work in the Digital Age


for the conference:

 

Post-Internet Cities

MAAT - Musuem of Art, Architecture and Techology

Lisbon

26th May, 2017

 

http://postinternetcities.weebly.com





Selected Artist:

 

Ryder Project Space

APT, London
1st May, 2017 - 31st April, 2018



Lecture:
 

When Hair Is Not Discussed: Trump, Intimacy and the Politics of Fragmentation
Central Saint Martins, UAL, London

18th November, 2016




Performance:
 

"F" is for Fragment
V22
Louise House, London
25th August 2016 -14:00




Conference:
 

Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy
Part 1
Goldsmiths College, PSH LG01
9th May 2016 - 10:00




Event & Presentation of Artworks:


Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy
Part 2
Women's Art Library, Goldsmiths College
9th May 2016 - 14:00




Publication:


Not Fallen but Felled: 
Museological Review
Issue 20: The Global Microphone pp. 63-70 
April 2016
http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/museumstudies/PhD-Students/museological-review-1




Lecture:


Pieces as Politics: Art, Psychoanalysis and Neo-liberalist Divisionism
School of Arts and Digital Industries
University of East London, London
17th February 2016




Award:


Goldsmiths College Research Award
December 2015




Workshop:
 

Do You Want to Talk About It? Is Home Where the Heart Is?
Futuro House, London
17th March 2016: 10:00




Residency:


Futuro House, London
March 2016




Symposium:

 

Goldsmiths Art Research Symposium: un-themed

Goldsmiths College, London

November 23rd - 24th 2015




Performance:


"F" is for Fragment
Couldn't Care Less: A Cross-Cultural Live Art Project
Curated by Something Human
Deptford Lounge, London
November 7th 2015 - 11:00
www.deptfordlounge.org.uk/featured-events/couldnt-care-less




Talk:


Motherhood
Guest Panellist with Professor Carmine Pariante (Kings College) and artist Lynne Lu 
Couldn't Care Less: A Cross-Cultural Live Art Project
Curated by Something Human
www.deptfordlounge.org.uk/featured-events/couldnt-care-less




Conference Paper:


We and 'We': A Feminist Analysis of the Economics of Care
Comparing We's: Community, Cosmpolitianism and Emancipation in a Global Context
Lisbon University, Portugal
October 8th-9th, 2015
www.comparingweseminar.weebly.com/seminar-programme.html