DEAD


coffin
 clint eastwood,
clare offreduccio and me; score

silkscreen triptych
39.7(h) x 113.7(w) cm
(edition of six)
one on zinc


1,500 - 3,500

clint eastwood,
clare offreduccio and me; requiem

CD, signed and stamped (edition of 500)


20

linder sterling

Linder is one of the more intriguing figures in Manchester's pop-culture mythology. She appears in all the punk essays people whether for her Factory catalogued Menstrual Egg-Timer, her graphic work (most particularly her striking photomontage for Buzzcock's Orgasm Addict), her post punk jazz experimentalist band Ludus, or her friendship with Morrissey; she was the kindred spirit who accompanied him on those soul-searching walks through Southern Cemetery.

Inspired by the American 'Linderland' conventions, her multi-media exhibition at the Cornerhouse, Manchester 'the Return of Linderland' envisaged a unique Mancunian landscape, taking in spaghetti westerns, line dancing on Saddleworth Moor, and 'Mother' Ann Lee, the Manchester born founder of the 18th century Shaker \movement. Her work blends the history and community with similarly arresting glamour and confrontation.


Links to Other Artists

Tord Boontje Hussein Chalayan Duncan Copley
Milena Dopitova Rose Finn-Kelcey Peter Friedl
Owen Gaster Inventory Jessica Ogden
Simon Periton George Shaw Linder Sterling
Bob & Roberta Smith Fiona Raby & Anthony Dunne Padraig Timoney
Gavin Turk Lawrence Weiner