Linda Aloysius


Linda Aloysius’ art practice and research respond to marginalisation as a late capitalist strategy which prolongues ossified notions of work and labour and shapes subjectivities accordingly.

Her ongoing sculptural series New Model Army responds to this and to institutional silences surrounding the lived experiences, desires and futurity of subjects marginalised through reproductive and domestic labour.

Relatedly, she is particularly interested in how women artists form syntaxes for negotiating marginalisation as enforced through neoliberalist looking, especially as exerted through the embodied screen and screen related images. She asks how such syntaxes complicate notions of the art object and engages making to contribute to this complexification.