artist led


Friday 5 June 2020, from 6PM

At the end of 2018, Julia deVille presented her most ambitious solo exhibition to date at Linden. Titled Wholeness and the Implicit Order, the exhibition featured many of the artist’s signature works that combine taxidermy and jewellery. The themes of the exhibition are as relevant now as they were then; the closeness of life and death, human consciousness and our relationship with animals and nature.

That was nearly two ago, so we thought it was high time we caught up with Julia to find out what she has been doing since then and how she is spending her time during lock down.


Sunday 23 February 2020, 1.30PM-2pm

Join artist Jonathan Kim for a special bilingual artist talk about his exhibition Encounter in Kim’s first language, Korean. Inspired by Korean artist Lee Ufan’s theory of Man-Nam (Encounter), Kim will discuss his exploration of the relationship between a medium and its environmental factors. Please note: an understanding of Korean is recommended.


Saturday 22 February 2020, 2PM to 3PM

In a special artist-led talk, hear from artist Robert Fielding about his solo exhibition Routes / Roots. Fielding’s exhibition raises questions about ownership of cultural knowledge and the institutionalisation of sacred objects.


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