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Falmouth School of Art Lectures - Linder

Falmouth School of Art

Friday, 14 March 2014 from 18:00 to 19:00 (GMT)

Falmouth School of Art Lectures - Linder

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Falmouth School of Art MA students   more info Ended Free  
Falmouth School of Art - staff and other students   more info Ended Free  
Other Falmouth University staff and students Ended Free  
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In association with Tate St Ives


Born in 1954, internationally celebrated and extraordinary British artist Linder (Sterling) brings together the languages of graphic design, popular culture, high fashion and fine art in the production of collages, performances and installation.  

Initially playing a key part in the 1970s punk scene in Manchester, Linder is widely known as the creator of the photomontage used for the Buzzcocks’ debut single Orgasm Addict 1977, showing a naked woman with an iron for a head and grinning mouths instead of nipples. Her photo-montages, combining images from pornographic magazines with pictures from women’s magazines, make a powerful feminist statement.  

Linder The Ultimate Form 2013, performance at St. Ives Theatre February 2014.  Ballet © Linder, Kenneth Tindall and Northern Ballet.  Costumes © Richard Nicoll. Photo: © Christina Birrer 2014.

In the last couple of years she has developed an ongoing engagement with Tate St Ives and Cornwall, starting with her participation in Tate’s Dark Monarch exhibition in 2010. In January 2013, a retrospective of Linder’s work was shown at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville Paris, in summer 2013 she also exhibited a series of collages at Tate St Ives with the sculptures of Barbara Hepworth revealing aspects of performance and politics in Hepworth’s work, through parallels to her own radical, feminist practice. Linder has recently collaborated with Richard Nicoll, Tim Walker, Paolo Roversi, Northern Ballet and Stuart McCallum from The Cinematic Orchestra.

Linder is the first artist invited to take part in the pilot of the Tate St Ives Artists Programme, undertaking a six month residency based in the historic Porthmeor Studios. Linder will talk about this  experience and the impact Cornwall has made on her practice.

(pic: Linder The Ultimate Form 2013, performance at St. Ives Theatre February 2014. Ballet © Linder, Kenneth Tindall and Northern Ballet; Costumes © Richard Nicoll; Photo: © Christina Birrer 2014)

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When & Where

Lecture Theatre
Falmouth Campus
TR11 4RH
United Kingdom

Friday, 14 March 2014 from 18:00 to 19:00 (GMT)

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Falmouth School of Art


The Falmouth School of Art at Falmouth University is home to Undergraduate courses in Fine Art, Illustration, Drawing and Contemporary Crafts, an MA in Authorial Illustration and a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design.

Throughout the year, The Falmouth School of Art programmes a series of significant visiting speakers for the benefit of the School's students. A number of seats are made available at each lecture for alumni, friends of the School, members of the local community and schools and colleges. 

Blog: http://thefalmouthschoolofart.wordpress.com/

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