2021  Healing Figures (2021-current/ongoing)


2020. If Earth is a Mother (2020), Childers Street, Deptford, London


2019. Behind Tate Modern, Morphological Activism and Working-Class Single Mothers (2018-19): Various locations behind Tate Modern, London


2018. With My Body, I Heard the Silenced Song of an Unknown Woman | Con il mio corpo, ho sentito la canzone silente di una donna sconosciuta: Vicolo dell’ Amore, Tuscany

2018. Invisible Labour (2017-18): Creekside, London


2017. Land Operation: Silver Road, London


2015  La Commercial Woman: Carrer del Rec, Barcelona

Solo Exhibitions

 2018. New Model Army: Invisible Labour, APT Gallery, Deptford, London


2016. “F” is for Fragment: V22, Louise House, London


2012. New Model Army: Madder 139, London


2009. For Pretty Things Go Elsewhere: Grey Area Gallery, Brighton

Group Exhibitions

2023. John Moores Painting Prize 2023, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 

2023. Poor Things: Fruitmarket, Edinburgh. Curated by Emma Hart and Dean Kenning


2020. Earth 2020: And Association, Aldgate, London


2019. Four Corners: Credit Suisse, Canary Wharf, London


2017. Touchstone: APT Gallery, London


2016. Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy (Part ii): Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths College, London


2015. Couldn’t Care Less: A Cross Cultural Live Art Project: Deptford Lounge, London. Curated by Something Human in partnership with Deptford Lounge


2013. Object Abuse: Spinach Gallery, London


2012. Jam (1): Gender & Language: The Sugarhouse, Bow Church, London

2012. The Perfect Nude: Wimbledon Space, London. Curated by Dan Coombs and Phillip Allen


2011. A Piece of Paper: Madder 139, London

2012. Creekside Open 2011: APT Gallery, London. Selected by Phyllida Barlow

2012. Model Vs Reality: Fold Gallery, London


2010. Inspired by Soane: Sir John Soane’s Museum, London


2009. Gam/Dong/(Feel/Move): Public Art Project, Sabuk-Gohan, South Korea

2012. About Women: CCCB – Centre for Contemporary Culture, Barcelona


2008. Feminista Mistah: AVA Gallery, East London University, London

2012. Routemaster General: Zabludowicz Collection, London. Curated by Michelle Williams-Gamaker


2006 Linda Aloysius, Alexis Harding, Warren Neidich: Andrew Mummery Gallery, London


2004 Flea Market: Temporary Contemporary, London


2003 Boutique: Two-person site specific project, Deptford X: 118 New Cross Road, London. Curated by Kirsten Lyle

2012. Made in UK: Arch Gallery, Islington, London

2012. Infallible: APT Gallery, London. Curated by Roxy Walsh.

Touring to:

2012. Hatton Gallery, Newcastle (2005),

2012. The Arts Centre, Huddersfield (2004),

2012. Mead Gallery, Coventry (2003)


2002. Shift: site specific project, 38 Ommaney Road, New Cross, London


2017 – 18  Ryder Project Space: A.P.T. London


2016. Futuro House, Central Saint Martins, London


2009. Gam / Dong: Feel / Move, Public Art Project, Art in Village, Sabuk-Gohan, South Korea

Book Chapter

 2023. ‘Linda Aloysius’. In: John Moores Painting Prize 2023’ (upcoming)

2012.  ‘Linda Aloysius’. In: Hart, E. and Kenning, D. ‘Poor Things’, Edinburgh: Fruitmarket, p. 34-37


2020. ‘New Model Army: Behind Tate Modern: Morphological Activism and Working-Class Single Mothers’. In: Deepwell, K. (ed.). ‘Feminist Activisms and Artivisms’, Netherlands: Valiz, 166-179


Peer-Reviewed Articles

 2018. ‘New Model Army: Invisible Labour (2017-18)’. In: ‘Feminist Review, Issue 120, Currents’, October 2018, 122-129


2016. ‘Not Fallen but Felled’ (2016). In: ‘Museological Review, Issue 20: The Global Microphone’, April 2016, 63-70


Text Art reproduced as Book Section

 2005. ‘The Rules of The Shop’. In: Walsh, R. (ed.). Infallible, In Search of the Real George Eliot, Birmingham: ARTicle Press, 8-9


Editorial Contribution

 2013  ‘Now We Are A Conversation’: Guest Writer: University of East London BA Fine Art Degree Show Catalogue


2012.   Guest Peer Reviewer, E-Sharp Magazine, University of Glasgow

Artist Talks

2023. Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh


2021. Research Hub, ACME Studios, Childers Street, London: Artist’s Interview with Elisabeta Ilie, PhD Candidate, Bartlett School of Planning and Urban Design


2020. SFK International Art Education, Beijing, China


2018. Linda Aloysius in Conversation with Dr Alexandra Kokoli, APT Gallery, London


2017. APT Gallery, Deptford, London


2012. Contemporary Art Society, London

2012. Slade School of Fine Art, London


2011. Department of Art and Architecture, K College, University of Greenwich

2012. School of Art & Design, Bath Spa University


2008. AVA Gallery, University of East London

Conferences + Symposia + Guest Speaker

2023. ‘Touching Untouchables’, Touch-Space: The Tactile Imagination in Contemporary Art, Henry-Moore Foundation, Leeds, 29th May.


2022. ‘Sculpting as Healing’, Maternal Bodies in the Long Nineteenth Century, The Foundling Museum, London, 19th April


2019. ‘When Girlhood is Motherhood: The Desiring & Creative Gazes of Working-Class Single Mothers’, Girling Feminism: Towards New Theories of Girlhood, Glasgow University, 7th June


2018. ‘(Im) Personification in the Making of New Model Army’, Personification Across Disciplines, University of Durham, 17th -18th September

2012. ‘Morphological Activism’, Artivisms and Activisms, Middlesex University, London, 2nd July

2012. ‘New Model Army: Invisible Labour’, In Your Own Time: The Production of Body and Time Under Capitalism, MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy, Central Saint Martins, London, 17th May


2017. ‘Intimacy and Post-Internet Cities: Art and Women’s Dirty Work in the Digital Age’, Post Internet Cities, MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, 256th May


2016. Reproductive Labour | Parenting Beyond Patriarchy’. Co-convenor and paper presented for Goldsmiths Graduate Festival, Goldsmiths College, University of London, 9th May


2015. “F” is for Fragment’, Goldsmiths College Research Symposium ‘Un-themed’, Goldsmiths College, University of London, 23rd-24th November

2012. Aloysius, L. ‘Reproductive Labour, Motherhood and Art’, Motherhood, Deptford Lounge, London, 5th November

2012. ‘We and “We”: A Feminist Analysis of the Economics of Care’. Comparing We’s Community, Cosmopolitanism and Emancipation in a Global Context, Centre for Comparative Studies, Faculty of Letters, Lisbon University, Lisbon, 26th -27th May


2011. ‘Irigaray’s “To” ‘, First Global Conference: Gender and Love, Mansfield College, University of Oxford, 19th-21st September


2010. ‘Notes on a Phallus’, Co-convenor and paper presented for: In/Out, Shake It All About: Objects, Artists and Ontology, Goldsmiths College Research Symposium, University of London, 9th-10th May


2008. ‘Criticality’s Crisis of Institutionalisation’, Art Relations – Revisiting Crucial Concepts, Freie University, Berlin, Germany, 30th October – 1st November

2012. ‘The Wilderness Works’, Co-convenor and paper presented for: Gender, Goldsmiths College Research Symposium, University of London, 8th-10th December

2012. ‘Other Artists’, Fine Art Frameworks II: Contemporary Practices, Theories and Curatorial Strategies, Jerwood Space, London, 8th July

Guest Panellist / Interlocutor / Lead Discussant

 2016. Lead Discussant: Research discussion with MRes Art and BA Fine Art Students on the effects of housing on studying, Futuro House, Central Saint Martins, London, 17th March


2015. Guest panelist for ‘Motherhood’, with Professor Carmine Pariante and artist Lynn Lu, for the event ‘Couldn’t Care Less: A Cross Cultural Live Art Project’, Deptford Lounge, London, 7th November


2009. Lead Discussant: Research discussion with local female mining community for the residency and exhibition: Gam / Dong Public Art Project, Gohan-Sabuk, South Korea, 19th October

2012. Guest Interlocutor for Mark le-Maistre, for symposium ‘Altmodern’, Goldsmiths College, 17th February


2008. Guest Interlocutor for Young-In Hong, for symposium ‘(Im)Materiality’, Goldsmiths College, 15th June




2023. ‘Poor Things at Fruitmarket’, Hannah Udall, 30th March, 2023 

2012. ‘Poor Things’, David MacMillan, The Scotsman, 6th March, 2023

2012. ‘Poor Things Opens at Fruitmarket’ Phyllis Stephens, The Edinburgh Reporter, 7th March 2023


2017. ‘Linda Aloysius: To Keep Standing’, review of the project Land Operation (2017), authored by Cherry Smyth


2012. ‘Linda Aloysius: New Model Army’, Featured Exhibitions

2012. ‘A New Approach to Femininity’, Seoul Art Guide: April 2012, review by Yoon Ki Sup

2012. ‘Linda Aloysius: New Model Army’, REVma -/+, interview with Kostas Prapoglous

2012. ‘Linda Aloysius: New Model Army’, Paul’s Art World, authored by Paul Carey-Kent

2012. Exhibition Catalogue: Gam / Dong (Feel / Move) Public Art Project




2021. Studio Practice Fund Award: Arts Council England Cultural Recovery Fund with DCMS +ACME


2020. Rent Relief Scheme Award: ACME Studios


2017. Ryder Project Space, APT London: Subsidised studio, residency (one year), solo exhibition


2015. Research Support Award: Goldsmiths College, University of London


2009. Artist in Residence: Art Village: Public Art Project, Sabuk-Gohan, South Korea


2008. Research Support Award: Goldsmiths College, University of London


2005. New Work Award (Visual Commission): Arts Council Heritage Lottery Fund


2001-2  MFA Paid Study Leave: Penta Ocean Construction Co. Ltd


1995. Artist Sponsorship: Gabriel & Co., Birmingham: Bespoke production and delivery of parts for the work ‘Yellow Me’


Formal Education


2006 – 18

PhD Art (practice led): Goldsmiths College, University of London


2001 – 03

MFA Fine Art: Distinction: Goldsmiths College, University of London


1992 – 95

BA Fine Art (hons): First Class: Manchester Metropolitan University