Born in 1984, Linden spent her youth in the urban Sonoran desert of Phoenix, Arizona before moving to Southern California to obtain her BA in Studio Art. She’s since lived and worked across Europe, Asia, and Oceania.

Linden’s work centers around themes of memory architecture – its process of alterations, renewals, and inaccuracies. Fully enamored by mixed media, she uses a variety of materials to create, including paper, found fragments, transparencies, sewing thread, paint, pencil, ink and pastels. She blends autobiographical narratives with collective subjects that travel a spectrum from delight to aches. Linden thinks of her collages and paintings as layered field recordings that represent a oneness – multiple perspectives and repetitions of the same shared story.

Linden’s work has been published and exhibited internationally. She currently lives in Chatham, New York, and is represented by Court Tree Collective in Brooklyn, NY.