Co_creation a la LYNDSEY


So much of why I initially fell in love with St. Louis was the omnipresent invite to collaborate — making music, team-teaching, cameos in performances, draw-swaps.  The backdrop of our crumbling and rebirthing city is fodder for many epic co-creations.   Pictured here are:   *A concert in a dumpster, idea via then Wash-U student Dwyer Kilcollin who was brilliant at catalyzing collaboration outside of the university walls  * The Dissonettes (Celia, Jenna Bauer, and me) — a girl group that spouted stacked disonnance — backing up Jason Wallace Triefenbach in a performance at Radio Cherokee.  *“Whatyougondowithalldatjunk?” — an experimental visit to the arch with a stuffed booty on Valentine’s Day with Lezlie Silverstein, exploring race, identity, tourism, and attachment * “G – L – O – R – I – A ” … a night of attending art openings dressed and acting like Ladies of the Night with Shannon Knox, exploring permissible behavior and public mores within the ever beloved Art Scene.   *Maidencrone - the gateway greeter at Kelsey LaPoint’s X.P.O.E.Animal performance, who gave each audience member a ‘familiar’ stuffed animal, some of which were implanted with electronics that activated midway during the show.

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About me
Educated as a painter, learning as a yogi, and playful as a baby monkey: I am a willing human being __ emphasis on the Be. I am traveling-learning, designing projects to feed my inquiries while attracting adventures and connecting with tribes that grace my journey with experiential wisdom in creative healing and joyful sustainability. My passions are catalyzing radically simple + beautiful + fun intentional community, sparking spontaneous collaborative singing and dancing, acroyoga, permaculture, and loving children.