Linda Dement has worked in arts computing since the late 1980s. Originally a photographer, her digital practice spans the programmed, performative, visual and virtual. Her work deals with issues of disturbance, commingling psycho-sexual and environmental corporeality with the digital and electronic, giving form to the difficult territory of the unbearable and conflicted.
Dement’s solo and collaborative work has been has been widely exhibited internationally and locally, in galleries and festivals, the Institute of Contemporary Art London, Ars Electronica Austria, various International Symposia of Electronic Art, Impakt Media Arts festivals and Transmediale Berlin. She is twice winner of the Australian National Digital Art Award has been awarded a New Media Arts Fellowship by the Australia Council for the Arts. Her work is held in collections such as ArtBank, the Bibliotèque Nationale de France, Australian Video Art Archive, New York Filmmakers Co-op, Rose Goldsen Archive Cornell University and the Daniel Langlois Foundation.