Erin Lavelle creates, curates and produces participatory art through installations, performance, and set/costume design. Utilizing site-specific locations, immersive techniques and interactive elements, she assembles stages within which the art, artists and audiences reside, blurring preconceived boundaries and promoting connection.
Lavelle is the co-creator of Nighttime Post, with Anthony Chapin, which premiered at Northern Spark 2014 and has been presented throughout the city subsequently. She also recently served as Art Director on Ruination: City of Dust, a mystery game on bicycles produced by Northern Lights.mn.
She lives and works in Minneapolis and is currently pursuing her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at Goddard College in Port Townsend, WA through their low-residency education model.
Lavelle loves almost anything involving bicycles, old technology, costumes, plants, dirt, and dancing.