Linda is collaborating with Architects Baracco + Wright as the Creative Directors of the Australian Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Biennale, Venice, 2018.
A conversation with Caroline Picard in Bad at Sports as part of August in the Anthropocene.
A score for an Interspecies Audience Awaiting Trio A by A Program for Plants (Joshi Radin, Brian M. John & Linda Tegg) has been included in Present Tense Pamphlets Edited by Mashinka Firunts & Danny Snelson.
An Article about Linda K Johnson’s custodianship of Yvonne Rainer’s Trio A and work with A Program For Plants (Joshi Radin, Brian M. John & Linda Tegg) and Axis Dance Company.
Human Plant Movement has been included in an iteration of Imperceptibly and Slowly Opening at Vox Populi.
Susan Silas reviews cameratrap for Hyperallergic.
Cameratrap is on show at Fresh Window Gallery Brooklyn.
Terrain (prairie grass) has been included in a group exhibition about plants curated by Caroline Picard.
31.25 kilograms of ice melts into images of icebergs was a 30 minute long performance at the National Resource Defense Council’s exhibition at EXPO Chicago.
It’s widely understood that 60% of the human body is water, so what does that look like? Over thirty minutes Linda harvested water from a 31.25kg ice cube and drew images of icebergs on the Water Light Graffiti wall. Caught between inscribing and evaporation the representation of an iceberg shifted in and out of view.
Researchers from RMIT University‘s Centre for Urban Research are surveying the insect and animal life drawn to Grasslands.
Don’t Talk to Strangers playfully confound two typically distinct spaces—the gallery & the domestic home—as artists will present their work in the households of participating NY residents. In each dwelling, an installation area is designated, while the existing items (i.e. sofas, coffee tables, books, and personal objects) are moved and reinstalled at in a gallery space.
With the artworks thus displaced, gallery visitors must directly contact the private hosts, whose phone numbers are available alongside their displayed belongings.
Along with artists Karyn Oliver and Thomas Moor.
The Melbourne International Arts Festival in partnership with the State Library of Victoria present Grasslands on the Forecourt of the State Library of Victoria.
Choir is on Show at Westspace gallery.
Linda Tegg and architect Catherine Duggan have created a temporary hotel in a disused office in the centre of Melbourne.
Andrew Stephens has discussed the Grasslands project in an article about the State Library of Victoria Creative Fellows, in The Age.
Linda has been selected as a Samstag Scholar for 2014.
Goat Study Part 2 is showing at Square2 at City Gallery in Wellington.
Linda has been commissioned by the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art to create a work for NEW13, an exhibition of Australian up and coming artists opening March 15th.
Artists: Benjamin Forster, Jess MacNeil, Alex Martinis Roe,Sanne Mestrom, Scott Mitchell, Joshua Petherick, and Linda Tegg.
Curated by Charlotte Day.
An exhibition of Linda’s work spanning four years will launch MARSO’s new gallery space in Mexico City.
Linda is the recipient of the 2012 Georges Mora Foundation Creative Fellowship. This fellowship will support Linda as she works with the State Library of Victoria’s Picture Collection and travels to Centre Intermondes, La Rochelle France.
2012 Creative Fellows: Linda Tegg, Toby Horrocks, Jo Gilbert, Ruth Pullin, Christine Johnson, Angela Cavalieri, Robert Clinch, Kirsty Madden, Nicholas Jones & Stefan Schut.
Photo: Andrew Lloyd.
Goat Study was presented at Utopian Slumps Project Room.
Devised and hosted by Deanne Butterworth and Linda Tegg, Performance is a site-specific work. Through a layering of speeds and simultaneous observation between performers and audience. Performance aims to access the slower rhythms of perception and the environment.
Performed by Stuart Orr, Shian Law, Natalie Abbott, Brooke Stamp, Kyle Kremerskothen, Sarah Aiken, Alex Kelvy, Dominique Murphy and Mim.
Animal Studies was presented at the Alpineum Produzentengalerie Luzern.
Wolf Study (Mexican Gray) and Tortoise were on show together in Mexico City with Ecoh Galleria in partnership with Random Institute.
Dancer has been included in Black Box <> White Cube, Aspects of performance in Contemporary Australian Art Exhibition at The Arts Centre Melbourne.
Artists: Mike Parr, Jill Orr, John Campbell, Philip Brophy, Darren Sylvester, The Kingpins, Ann Scott Wilson, Magda Matwiejew, Judith Wright, Alexia Sinclair, Polexini Papapetrou, Deborah Paawe, Alexia Sinclair and Linda Tegg.
Curated by Dr Steven Tonkin.
Tortoise is a new work made on site at Level ARI Brisbane, presented as part of Tree Line.
Tree Line: the encompassing area of inhabitable land for plants, animals and other interdependent species as dictated by environmental elements. A naturally occurring boundary, while appearing solid a tree line is created through a gradual transition in most places.
Tree Line is a collaborative exhibition presenting works across a broad range of practices including photography, video, painting, installation and performance, from a group of emerging artists who are currently based throughout Asia and Australia. The conceptualization of ‘Tree Line’ has been intended merely as an entry point, a state of flux or geographically diverse artists.
Artists: Trudi Brinckman, Lucy Griggs, Nicola Page, Saskia Pandji Sakti, Utako Shindo and Linda Tegg.
Curated by Nicola Page.
Changeroom is screening on the Seventh Gallery night screen.
Linda was awarded the KPMG tutorship award at the VCA Graduate exhibition. This $10,000 award funds a teaching position for Linda at VCA for 2011, and sees "Dancer", join the KPMG collection.
Cocoon, a collaboration with performance artist Timothy Kendal Edser, will be presented as part of the Sub12 series at The Substation Newport.
Bear is on show as part of Worm Mountain at c3 contemporary Artspace.
Worm Mountain is a curated exhibition of new works by emerging artists with a focus on natural history explored through seven contemporary arts practices.
Nature is an entity unto itself before and beyond us, endlessly moving in synergetic cycles of death and creation, ebbing and flowing in it’s own chaotic patterns of evolution and destruction through time spans beyond the human grasp. The cultivated perspective is really one of comprehension as we come to terms with our own time and place within this chaos to deal with natural elements beyond our control whether we are harmonious or contrary.
These artists cite nature and the sublime as concerns for their work. As they draw inspiration from their environments reflecting an internalized space more so than the exterior landscape, one where value is not added but processed and experienced. This may manifests in many forms such as, the decorative, historical, scientific, sociological, spiritual, auto biographical or nostalgic but most often a unique fusion. This exhibition aims to present these as a reflection of Contemporary Art and Natural History in 2010.
Artists: Amber Wallis, Andy Hutson, Dane Lovett, Jordan Wood, Linda Tegg, Lucy Griggs and Nicola Page.
Helen Lagger has reviewed Horse for Berner Zeitung.
Horse will be presented with Random Institute in Bern, Switzerland. Curated by Sandino Scheidegger and Luca Müller.
Grazia Pergoletti has written a review of Horse in Der Bund.
Robert Nelson has written a review of Dancer in The Age.
Linda and Sanja Pahoki are showing together at the Sutton Project Space, and have made a limited edition artist book to accompany the upcoming show.
Linda will be showing in a group show with Rachel Joy, Leah Murphy and Kristen Steegstra at the Alliance Française de Melbourne, Eildon Mansion, 51 Grey Street, St Kilda.
Linda was awarded the Keith and Elisabeth Murdoch Travelling Fellowship.