top of page

Introducing Taja Lindley's latest project - Pleasure Rituals: a project featuring an ongoing series of pre-recorded digital micro performances, meditations and rituals by Taja Lindley. These virtual visual offerings are not films but rather creative documentations, explorations, experiments and examinations about sacred living designed for digital audiences.

The inaugural works of this series debuted on Saturday April 24th, 2021 during Lindley's keynote presentation at the Cultivating Joy and Collective Restoration Virtual Conference at Harvard University and during her virtual performance in A Feeling Good Ritual.

Pleasure Rituals made thus far can be viewed exclusively via Patreon. Click here to learn more about this project.

Introducing Orgasmic Bathing | A Venus Day Ritual by Taja Lindley, the debut of her latest project: The Invitation. This work is inspired by Taja Lindley's participation in a Conceptual Art continuing education class with Ed Woodham in 2021. This ongoing project invites any and everyone, especially Black women and femmes, to remotely participate in creative ceremonies by following (and remixing) a ritual recipe developed by artist Taja Lindley. The intention for this public work is to inspire daily sacred living through a series of instructions for actions, rituals and ceremonies that come from Taja's personal practice. Click here to learn more.

II XI XX (two | eleven | twenty) is an interdisciplinary biomythography project by Taja Lindley that uses tarot constellations to make sense and meaning of her life. This podcast is not a show – it is a creative process made public featuring episodes that consider and combine memory, memoir, myth and tarot. Expect non-linear storytelling; excerpts from journal pages; creative musings and experiments; and interviews with tarot scholars, practitioners, enthusiasts and artists as well as therapists, psychoanalysts and more.

Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio and more! Click here to learn more about the project.

bottom of page