|MFA||Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY|
|BFA||Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA|
|Chelsea College of Art, London, UK|
|School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA|
|HERE, 2018, SomoS Art House, Berlin, Germany|
|ECHO, 2013, Cole Art Center, Nacogdoches, TX|
|IGVONNE, 2012, collaboration with Robert Appleton, Blaffer Museum's Window Into Houston, TX|
|LOW IMPACT (RESISTANCE TO FLOW / THISISBOBDYLANTOME) SUBJECT TO CHANGE, 2012, collaboration with Jim Nolan, at Lawndale Arts Center, Houston, TX|
|WHEREVER, 2011 at Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX|
|APPROACH, site specfic installaton, 2010 at AC Institute [Direct Chapel], New York, NY|
|LEVEL, 2007 at the Chocolate Factory, LIC, Queens, NY|
|AFIELD, 2007 at artMoving Projects, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY|
|COZY ROOM: four arguments for the elimination of television six walks in the fictional woods numbers in the dark, 2005 at artMoving Projects in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY|
|PREVIOUS SOLO EXHIBITIONS: Velan, Turin, Italy; Lotta Hammer, London, UK; CRG Gallery, New York, NY|
|2018||"Body Language", MotherDog Studios, Houston, TX|
|2017||"Flower and Garden Show", MotherDog Studios, Houston, TX|
|2017||"Voices of Trees", MotherDog Studios, Houston, TX|
|2014||"Summer Salts", Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX|
|2014||"To Each His Own", Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX|
|2013||"ReView", Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX|
|2012||"Friends With Benefits", Lehmann Maupin Gallery, NY, NY|
|2012||"Standard Deviation", Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX|
|2012||"Prologue 2012", Skydive, Houston, TX|
|2011||"It's Better to Regret Something You Have Done...", Art Palace Gallery, Houston, TX|
|2010||"PQ 100: An Exhibition in Honor of the 100th Issue of Photography Quarterly", The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY|
|2008||"Psychology of a Pawn", curated by Mari Spirito, Participant Inc., NY|
|2008||"Flat City", organized by Holly Crawford and AC Institute, The Armory, NY|
|2007||"Sound Art Limo", organized by Holly Crawford/ AC Institute, Melbourne International Arts Festival "Sound Art Limo", organized by Holly Crawford and AC Institute, The Armory, NY|
|2007||"MashUps", Tastes Like Chicken art Space, Brooklyn, NY|
|2007||3rd Anniversary Benefit”, vertexList, Brooklyn, NY|
|2006||DIVA, Miami, FL|
|2006||Pool, Miami, FL|
|2006||When Artists Say We,” Artists Space, New York, NY|
|2006||"Art of the Neighborhood 2", Tastes Like Chicken art Space, Brooklyn, NY|
|2005||"Perry Hoberman: Drawings 1975-2005, Linda Post: Window Project," artMoving, Brooklyn,NY|
|2005||“Yo Graph Net Interporn,” artMoving, Brooklyn, NY|
|2005||“Studio: Seven Months of My Aesthetic Education (Plus Some)”, a project by Tony Oursler, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY|
|2005||“e-flux video rental,” ongoing touring including Insa Art Space, Seoul, Korea; Portikus, Frankfurt, and KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany; Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam, Netherlands; The Moore Space, Miami, FL|
|2005||“Sleeper Cell,” artMoving, Brooklyn, NY|
|2005||In Practice,” Sculpture Center, LIC, Queens, NY|
|2004||“e-flux video rental,” e-flux, New York, NY|
|PREVIOUS GROUP EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE:|
|"B-Hotel,” PS1 Contemporary Art Center, LIC, Queens, NY
“In Transit: Rory Donaldson, Jim Nolan, and Linda Post,” Tyler Art Gallery, SUNY Oswego
“The Cat’s Away!,” Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
" Of Relationship,” The 16 Beaver Group, New York, NY
" Mental Wilderness,” GAle GAtes et al., Brooklyn, NY
"Beauty Now," Haus Der Kunst, Munich, Germany
"Commotion in the Ocean," cur. Amada Cruz, Dara Friedman, Dominic Molon; De La Cruz boat, Miami, FL
"Regarding Beauty: A View of the Late 20th Century," Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.
"The Greatest Show on Earth," curated by Sergio Munoz Sarmiento, University Of Texas, El Paso, TX
"Horizons of Language", curated by Pip Day, Center For Photography, Woodstock, NY
"Recursion", curated by Nurit Newman, Flip Side, Brooklyn, NY
Video Wall at Rockefeller Center, New York, NY
"Zones Of Disturbance", Streircher Herbst '97, Graz, Austria
"Young and Restless", Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY (international touring)
"NOWHERE," Louisiana MOMA, Humlebæk, Denmark
|SCREENINGS, INTERNET, BROADCAST|
|Park 4DTV Broadcast, Berlin, Germany and Amsterdamn, The Netherlands
"Parking", A Mayday Production, Highbridge Park, NY, NY
“TwoManyTwo,” DCTV, NY, NY
"New Television", Connecticut Public Television, (national broadcast)
SeoulNYmax Festival, curated by Nam Jun Paik, Internet and Anthology Film Archive, NY
• William Nieberding, 'Linda Post: ECHO,' Glasstire, Sept. 2012.
• Wendy Vogel, '...mbg recommends,' ...might be good issue #169.
• Pip Day. 'Horizons of Language', Photography Quarterly, #74, 1999.
• Kristin M. Jones. "Review - Young and Restless, MOMA, NY", Artforum, Summer, 1997.
• Roberta Smith, "Review - Young and Restless, MOMA, NY", New York Times, 3/21/97
• Sara Kent. "Review - Lotta Hammer Gallery", Time Out London, December 11, 1997.
• Stephanie Cash, "Review - CRG Gallery", Art in America, November 1996.
• Richard Vine, "Report from Denmark, Part 1: Louisiana Techno-Rave", Art in America, October 1996.
• "Review - Video Sans Titre, Galerie Froment & Putman", Le Voyeur Paris, November, 1996.
• Thurston Moore, "Real Life", Index Magazine, June 1996.
Stephen F. Austin State University
Universtiy of Houston, School of Art
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Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY (visiting)
QUAM 98, Catalonia, Spain