New Model Army: Behind Tate Modern: Morphological Activism and Working-Class Single Mothers (2018-19) 

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New Model Army: Behind Tate Modern: Morphological Activism and Working-Class Single Mothers (2018-19)

Linda Aloysius

Book Chapter in ‘Feminist Activisms and Artivisms’ (2020),  Deepwell, K (Ed.), Netherlands: Valiz

Published as a book chapter in ‘Feminist Art Activism and Artivisms’ (2020) ‘New Model Army: Behind Tate Modern: Morphological Activism and Working-Class Single Mothers (2018-19)’ unpacks and develops Linda Aloysius’ practice of morphological activism – an approach that the artist builds from Belgian philosopher and practitioner Luce Irigaray’s interest in language and the potential of morphology for transforming inequalities and improving diversity. 

 

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New Model Army: Invisible Labour (2017-18)

New Model Army: Invisible Labour (2017-18)

Linda Aloysius

Journal article in: ‘Feminist Review, Issue 120, Currents’, October 2018

 

Published in Feminist Review, Issue 120, Currents, October 2018 ‘New Model Army: Invisible Labour (2017-18) interweaves sculpt-photographs and written text  – a ‘postscript’ generated by Fieldwork ‘New Model Army: Invisible Labour (2017-18).

The publication reflects on the need to bring new visibility to women’s embodied inequalities, the effects of invisible labour on their creativity, their subsequent exclusion from and marginalisation within the realms of art and creativity and the work of the New Model Army in contributing to transformative change.

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Not Fallen But Felled (2016)

Linda Aloysius

Peer-reviewed journal article in ‘Museological Review, Issue 20, The Global Microphone (2016)

 

‘Not Fallen But Felled’ (2016) is a review by Linda Aloysius of ‘The Fallen Woman’ exhibition curated by Professor Lynda Nead for The Foundling Museum (September 2015 – January 2016).

Aloysius examines works in the exhibition and related political and art-institutional structures surrounding the inequalities experienced by the women, calling for these structures to be updated to encourage new, equal contemporary representation.

 

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The Rules of The Shop (2005)

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The Rules of The Shop (2005)

Linda and Tegan Aloysius

Text Art as book section In: ‘Infallible – In Search of The Real George Eliot’ (2005), Walsh, R. (Ed.) Article Press

Originally written in 2001 by Linda and Tegan Aloysius, ‘The Rules of The Shop’ is a text art-work, created in response to the seemingly almighty power of patriarchal capitalism and their attempts to navigate and overcome the unfathomable labyrinth of bureaucracy and regulations surrounding life as an originally working class mother and daughter family unit of two.

The original work featured in the exhibition ‘Infallible, In Search of The Real George Eliot’, curated by Roxy Walsh, touring to APT Gallery London (2003), Mead Gallery, Coventry (2003), The Arts Centre, Huddersfield (2004) and Hatton Gallery, Newcastle (2005) and was subsequently reproduced to form a book section in the accompanying publication ‘Infallible – In Search of The Real George Eliot’ (2005), Walsh, R. (Ed.).

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