Press Review:

Linda Aloysius: To Keep Standing'


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


26th May, 2017

Selected Artist:


Ryder Project Space

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


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

18th November, 2016


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


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


Not Fallen but Felled: 
Museological Review
Issue 20: The Global Microphone pp. 63-70 
April 2016


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


Goldsmiths College Research Award
December 2015


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


Futuro House, London
March 2016



Goldsmiths Art Research Symposium: un-themed

Goldsmiths College, London

November 23rd - 24th 2015


"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


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

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