The boxes and cartons are signage for the mysteries of form, like origami in reverse,
or recycling as subject as well as medium—
the traditional garbage of packaging become transcendent waste.

-Stephen Vincent Kobasa, Art New England


Linda Lindroth, artist and writer, lives and works in New Haven, CT. Her work incorporates all media particularly still photographs. Linda Lindroth frequently collaborates with her husband, architect Craig Newick. In her most recent series, Trickster in Flatland, 2011-12, and Recent Disturbances, 2015, Lindroth deconstructs and examines objects in an abstract way by photographing them. She finds something with an interesting color, surface or provenance and, with either a camera or flatbed scanner, creates a flattened image of it. In this two-dimensional photographic form, the object takes on an abstract quality with colors and details that invigorate the senses.


Linda Lindroth - P.S.1 Studio Visit
21 Feb. 2018
LEAVINGS: The After Images Wall Street International
26 Jan. 2017
LEAVINGS: The After Images Artsy
4 Jan. 2017
Pictures Meet Sound Brian Slattery
21 Jun. 2016
Linda Lindroth at Giampietro Becky E. Conekin
14 Dec. 2012
Trickster in Flatland: Linda Lindroth Stephen Vincent Kobasa
7 Sep. 2012
Trickster in Flatland
Jan. 2012

Introduction to the current oeuvre of artist Linda Lindroth