Lindman’s specific interests today in developing her art practice, teaching, research, collaborations, and communities, lies in the many dialogues between artistic sensibility and science – biotechnology, neurosciences, quantum physics – and humanist disciplines – anthropology, sociology, philosophy – to inspiring collaborative and collective experiences, performances, spaces and constructions that are at the same time environmentally engaging and sensually and spiritually imaginative. Firmly believing that art as a practice and way of thinking and experiencing can contribute to - even transform - knowledge production and the development of methodologies, she insists on asking the question, how does art know?
There can be many ways to approach reality.
Below, links to a few educational projects from recent years
urgency and concern in a global context
a series of courses at Aalto University, Finland
experimenting with the form of “conference” and production of knowledge
interdisciplinary educational and research group
Chill Survive Network brings together artists, activists, and researchers to mutually learn, exchange and develop methodologies of interdisciplinary work in and around the Arctic region.