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Linda Kosciewicz-Fleming



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Linda Kosciewicz-Fleming

Linda Kosciewicz-Fleming


is a visual artist and musician and has exhibited throughout Scotland and London, including the Royal Scottish Academy; Scottish Society of Artists; Aberdeen Artists, Mall Galleries, London, Inspace, Edinburgh and the Great North Museum Newcastle. She recently received awards from the University of Edinburgh and Fife Contemporary Arts to create videos. The human body, particularly the female body, is a fundamental element of her work, especially its physical, psychological, and cultural aspects. She is also influenced by music, poetry, literature, movement and dance, life sciences and history, works in photography, and intaglio print and video. She is a lifelong fan of Plath and recently completed a toyobo print series called the "White Series" which included prints inspired by Plath's "Lady Lazarus." This series explores the cultural and symbolic aspects of the colour white – innocence, life, death, purity and transience – in relation to the female body.