TSA_ART_Linde_Ivemey_04Linde Ivimey creates intricate sculptures by delicately combining bone, hair, teeth, shell, fabric, wax and other materials – each work created in her Sydney studio.

Following the breakthrough 2003 solo exhibition at Heide Museum of Modern Art Melbourne Ivimey’s works went on to be procured by the National Gallery of Australia and National Gallery of Victoria, as well as joining important private collections.

A survey of works 2001-2012 at University of Queensland has been documented in the beautifully produced monograph Linde Ivimey : If Pain Persists.

A solo exhibition in Berlin in August lead to the production of this video by art dealer Michael Reid, where Linde explains the motivation behind the sculptures and her relationship with depression revealing how the recurrent theme of the Black Dog.