Lynden Stone is a full-time artist, arts researcher and arts educator. Her practice endeavours to visualise the metaphysical or the “unvisualisable”. In 2014 she received a PhD from the Queensland College of Art for her research and body of work on Doubting Conventional Reality – Visual Arts and Quantum Mechanics. Lynden has made interactive contraptions (such as the Mind dispenser, made collaboratively with Anderson Tepas and Steven O’Keefe) that allow viewers to doubt the predictability of reality and the possibility of their own role in affecting or even creating material reality.
Lynden’s current research, Sacred Gaia Healing, examines how capitalist positioning of over-valued services and products targeting New Age gullibility mocks the feminine, nature and ecology as well as ridiculing and devaluing possible underlying merit in the metaphysical, the intuitive and consciousness.
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2016 Exhibition Program / crosseXions