Med Linda Sparres konst vill hon uttrycka något som får människor att tänka nya tankar och skapa nya upplevelser. Dockor får flera gånger vara symboler för kampen om mänskliga rättigheter. Hon hämtar inspiration genom hennes resor till länder såsom Niccaragua och Honduras och hennes konstverk blir lika mycket familjemedlemmar som sociala medborgare.
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