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Artist ID: 2487

My art explores several themes, including the deep beauty of the “ordinary” world, the mystical phenomena of the shamanic world, the disturbing dynamics of epilepsy, and personal experiences of that condition’s altered states of consciousness. Through various mediums on paper and 3-D assemblages I employ found objects, both natural and man-made.
The shamanic worldview holds that everything is alive, time and space are not barriers nor constraints, and we are all connected. The scientific world of physics echoes this phenomenon. What Einstein called “spooky action at a distance” today’s scientists refer to as “entanglement.” But I am an artist, not a theoretical physicist, so I say, “we are all individual nodes on the Universal Oneness” and make images that reflect that understanding.

Everything Lisa does as an artist, author, inventor, and public speaker focuses on the emerging cultural paradigm shift, advocating for the importance of true and deep aesthetics in our times. Her work highlights beauty and its perception as a positive dynamic for change.
As an inventor and entrepreneur, Lisa was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for her first iconic invention, the original sports bra which became a symbol of women’s equality in sports and launched the multi-billion-dollar athleisure industry. ‘Jogbra’ is included in both the Smithsonian National History Museum archives in Washington, D.C., and The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Collection in NYC.

Her first book; Beauty as Action, the Way of True Beauty and How its Practice can Change our World is a culmination of her lived experiences and lessons shared. Unleash The Girls, The Untold Story of the Invention of the Sports Bra, and How It Changed the World (And Me) reflects her relationship with the women, events, and times that spawned a game-changing product and led to a significant aspect of second-wave feminism. For further info, go to www.lisalindahl.com.

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