Linda Lasson was born in 1975 and lives and works in Härnösand. She has had a large number of exhibitions at art galleries and museums in Sweden but is also in great demand internationally. Among other things, she has been shown at galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Rome and Barcelona, but also at the Swedish embassy in Washington and at several international art fairs.
In his embroidery, Lasson uses only the black thread, which creates a graphic and strong expression. Her work is political and there are mainly two overarching perspectives; how we treat our indigenous people as Sami and Inuit and how we treat nature in Norrland.