linder sterling: “revolt and rebellion has to happen some part in secret. today there’s this collective urge to share everything”
From underground artist to exhibiting her art on the underground, Linder Sterling has surpassed punk provocateur to become something of a national treasure. Ahead of her new show, we discussed a career working as a surgeon of British iconography.
everything you need to watch, see and do this week
This week: Linder Sterling, John Alexander Skelton and 30 years of the iconic New Balance 574.
take a peek inside i-D's tim walker archive
As we team up with Tim on The Creativity Issue to celebrate London now, flick through the present that is his spectacular, fantastical, theatrical i-D archive of days gone past.
performance artist and collage queen linder sterling tells us about keeping curious
Famous for merging naked bodies and domestic irons, wearing a meat dress and contemporary dance performances – all of which make the viewer question the way women are viewed, artist Linder Sterling talks punk in the twenty first century, the smell of...
step into linder sterling’s mad and magical fairytale
The iconic artist opens up about her marathon performance piece that debuted at Duke of York Steps at the ICA at the weekend. A five hour long revue that saw her collaborate with Christopher Shannon and her son Maxwell, and took in fairy tales via...
check out christopher shannon’s sporty looks for linder sterling’s new ballet
The Children of the Mantic Stain opened at The Leeds Gallery last night, with Shannon’s sensual sportswear looks (not costumes) designed to make the dancers feel sexy.
richard nicoll and linder sterling talk soft porn in the neo-romantic age
PVC flasher macs, garters hooking space-age tops to thigh flashing pencil skirts, cardigans draped porno style under the breast, pink satin corsets embellished with ribbons and A-line dresses seductively mapped with brassieres were just some of the...