“While many of the works focus on the estate’s earlier years, several explore more contemporary histories. Using now-unutilized map racks, artist Lucinda Linderman created felt maps that trace changing sea levels and show how sea level rise will affect the estate and the South Florida community in years to come.” By Ricardo Mor Read more here.
Write-ups for Lost Spaces at the Vizcaya Museum: “Coral Gables Love spoke with Lucinda Linderman who created a series of maps out of felt to be displayed in the North Arcade where Deering, a maps enthusiast, would have displayed them. Affixed to wooden frames on the wall, Linderman’s large map pieces speak to the “lost spaces” on the waters that… Read More
Currently my work is on view at the Vizcaya Museum for 2016.
I recently traveled to Spain to participate in Incubarte 7, the Biennial in Valencia, Spain. I exhibited Spill, a sculpture made from reclaimed motorcycle innertubes at La Llotjeta as part of a group exhibition curated by Christina Ghetti. I also brougt the giant inflateable intestine to the Jardin Botanico de Valencia to share with visitors.
I was happy to exhibit in this show at the Projects in Fort Lauderdale with these artists. The exhibit is coming down this week.