Stallings was the first artist commissioned by public art organization, Flux Projects. Bloom opened on February 13, 2010. Since then, she has created five site-based free and public art works, of various textures, scales, and duration, for the institution.

Land Trees and Women
daily, sunrise to twilight, September 27-30, 2018
Historic Grant Park, Atlanta

Land Trees and Women investigates the process and mapping of women as ritual. This live durational piece is an intensive survey of unearthing movement with a fierce urgency of now that guides us, helping us to silence the mind and free our body. Continuing her practice in exploring vibration while challenging  conventional art-spectator relationships, Stallings centers Land Trees and Women around building frequency and creating space through social performance. This is the artists first installation dedicated to exploring modular sculptures. The work also includes a handbook of future stuff, movement shops for people, and huge choreography migrations for seven glo female moving artists.

this is an (Act of Devotion)
vacant site, Historic Castleberry Hill
October 4, 2012

Lauri will explore her first durational installation as part of Flux Night.

streets and sidewalks, vacant site, Historic Castleberry Hill
October 4, 2011

Lauri creates her second choreography migration as part of Flux Night.

Lenox Square, Atlanta, Georgia
February 12-15, 2010

Stallings is the first artist commissioned for Flux Project. Through gesture and aural langauge of a performance-activated roaming public art work, Bloom roams and confronts Lenox Square, the southeast's largest shopping mall on retails busiest weekend of the year, Valentine's Day.

ArtATL-Cynthia Bond Perry- review- Stallings' work debuts Flux Projects
ArtsATL- Louis Corrigan- patrons notes- Flux's debut project