Anadel Lynton works with her old, active, female, and feminist body. She is a communitarian and an ally of indigenous communities, believes in buen vivir (good living) as a human goal, aspires to a future without dominators and dominated people, a decolonized, depatriarchalized world of peace, dignity, and justice. She seeks to encourage creative experiences through movement in her communities.
On the Edge
Flowers encircle three small baskets filled with questions about who will take responsibility for dead trees, cloned humans, and other desperate challenges facing humanity. Participants are invited to make simple movements and to balance flowers on different body parts. They are asked to take questions and read them aloud, opening a dialogue.