Hi, I’m Vanessa Montgomery, professional transpersonal consulting astrologer, author of Star Power: a simple guide to astrology for the modern mystic, and Cosmic Power: ignite your light, a simple guide to sun signs for the modern mystic + resident astrologer for Glamour Mag U.S.
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Today we chat with classic Gemini and Berlin-based artist, Lyndal Walker, as she discusses two of her previous works and her current zodiac collection, COSMIC CHILDREN.
Cosmic Children is super modern, with diverse representation, and ignores the gender binary in favor of the underlying archetype expressed by each sign.
The two previous works featuring fans and silk scarves feature classic Gemini/Mercurial themes of (visual) communication, duality, and the trickster.
“Lyndal Walker’s solo practice has been concerned with themes of gender, identity, time, and fashion. The nature of images and the process of looking are core conceptual concerns that pervade her photographs and installations. Challenging gender stereotypes and exploring fluidity have been an aspect of her practice for many years and she has done this through forms that challenge convention and fine art traditions.
Walker has held lecturing positions at Universities including Monash, RMIT, and the Victorian College of the Arts.
Alchemical Breakfast – The language of fans
Silk Cut – Cheeky scarves *(a little explicit material/adult content)
Cosmic Children – Photographic collage of each zodiac sign.
☆ Find Lyndal
Delve into astrology with my books;
△STAR POWER a simple guide to astrology for the modern mystic
△COSMIC POWER ignite your light, a simple guide to sun signs for the modern mystic
*Thumbnail image features a black and white version of Cosmic Children, GeminI (top left image) by Lyndal Walker
on the right is moi.