Primarily engaged in painting and photography, Linney’s practice is informed by an interest in technology and the point at which the human hand meets the digital an attempt to re-humanize the digital through embracing error, chance and glitch.
These works are part of her painting process which always start out with fragmentation thru the use of collage, borrowing from both nostalgic imagery, the modernist canon and porn. The series of 3 prints available at The Slow are interlinked yet wholly autonomous and are studies in the synthesis between memory and formalist aesthetics such as repetition, colour and form.
Linney graduated with a BFA from The National Art School, Sydney and has shown at galleries such as China Heights, Galerie Pompom and Alaska Projects.
As a general guide when caring for your prints; keep them in a clean and well-ventilated area. When handling unframed prints, make sure you work with gloves or very clean hands. Finger smudges, dirt, or dents and tears caused by carelessness will affect the value of your print.