I feel honoured last night at Eyelight-Obscura studio in Weaverville, North Carolina , OMEN was shown together with Ruins Rider by Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt and special magical incantations as part of Moony Branch: An evening of Sounds & Films.Â Same tour on the 25th of August OMEN will be screened as part Hypnagogia Film and Sound, the magical seance will take place this Friday 25th of August at HOLO in New York .
HYPNAGOGIA – FILMS & SOUNDS
Volcanic event in New York next Friday.Maximum amplification of hypnagogic frequencies.High voltage telluric blast.RUINS RIDERPierre-Luc Vaillancourt (film / soundtrack Marc Hurtado)NETWORK OF DEATHembryoroom / Eward Quist (live)LIMBS WANDERED ALONEJon Claude Bieschke (live)OMENNazare Soares (film)FRIDAY AUGUST 25 / 8PMH0L0 NYC – 1090 WYCKOFF
( 2,2 ) 0 isÂ Â taking part in a day seminar on Technoshamanism in Aarhus, Denmark , on the 12th August â€“ rethink ancestrality and technology. Amalia Fonfara will talk about ( 2,2 ) 0 and we will give a workshop on methodologies and techniques applied in the production of the invisible drum.
On August 12, 2017 from 14:00 to 22:00 there will be a technoshamanism meeting in Dome of Visions, Aarhus.
The purpose of the meeting is to unite people who are interested in the combination of DIY technologies such as free software and permaculture with ancestral, ancestorfuturist and shamanistic practices. We are calling all the cyborgs, witches, heretics, technoshamans, programmers, hackers, artists, alchemists, thinkers and everyone who might be curious to join us and explore the possiblities of combining ancestral and indigenous worldviews with the looming disasters of the anthropocene.
If you feel attracted by the combination of these terms, techno + shamanism and ancestrality + futurism and if you’re worried about the destruction of the Earth and the hegemony of capital and neoliberal ontologies, this event is for you. In view of Aarhus’ slogan as European Cultural Capital of 2017, the theme of this event could be: Rethink ancestrality and technology!
FREE RADIOModerated by Carsten Agger14:00-14:Â Â Â Â Â is technoshamanism?Â ow doÂ it workÂ what doÂ it want?Âat politicÂ issues d? Introduction by Fabiane M. Borges, input from various participants14:-15:Â Â Â What and how may we learn about Chinese text censorship with machine learning? (Winnie Soon)15:-15:45Â Â Â Decolonization and self-organization (Carsten Agger andÂ )15:45-16:30Â Â Â Immigrating ontologies, recovering ancestralities (Rune HjarnÃ¸ Rasmussen and Amalia Fonfara)16:30-17:30Â Â Â Sonora Network â€“ Collective FeminisÂ in music and gender study (Ariane Stolfi)17:30-18:00 Â BREAKPERFORMANCE
18:00 â€“ 1Â Workshop: Invisible Drum (Amalia Fonfara)19:00 â€“ 19:30 Political Bath (Raisa InocÃªncio)19:30 â€“ 20:00Â20:00-21:00 BREAK, preparations for ritual
21:00 â€“ 24:00Â Â Â collectiveÂ ritualFor the ritual, please bring musical instruments, clothes, whatever props are adequate for your contribution as well as inspiration and ideas.EXHIBITIONThroughout the event, the installationÂ HyperelixxÂ byÂ Samuel CappsÂ will be exhibited and can be perused by visitors.The event will take place inÂ Dome of Visions, AarhusÂ onÂ August 12, as announced in theÂ Open Call.Â Â Â ÂÂ
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We are taking part with ( 2,2 ) 0 in Creative and Cognition 2017, We are located at the Art and Science Museum of Singapore; Â Microbites of Innovation has been . curated by Nancy Mauro-Flude and MarkÃ©ta DolejÅ¡ovÃ¡.
Follow links for more information : Â www.microbites.me / Â https://invisibledrum.tumblr.com/exhibitions
I am happy to announce the premiere of my recent film installation OMEN will be hosted by Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival in Hawick, Scotland. The event will take place from 2nd till 6th of March 2017. Full Programme here:
Over 60 filmmakers and artists from around the world will be landing in Hawick on March 2nd for the seventh edition of Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival. Screening over 120 films at Hawickâ€™s Tower Mill, with 23 world premieres, 12 moving image installations around the town, expanded cinema performances and a filmmaker symposium, Alchemy promises to transform Hawick into a melting pot of creativity for some of the worldâ€™s most imaginative moving image artists.
Highlights include the Scottish premiere of Rachel Macleanâ€™s It’s What’s Inside That Counts. Maclean has been chosen to represent Scotland at the Venice Biennale in …2017, in a major new exhibition curated by Alchemy Film & Arts. Her work powerfully satirises the fears and desires of our contemporary zeitgeist, cloaked in a super-saturated aesthetic of fairy-tale consumer culture. Maclean will be present for a Q&A, discussing the evolution of her work and the themes of her new Venice commission.
Another sprinkling of Venetian magic comes from Alchemyâ€™s tribute to the late John Berger, the Booker-prize-winning author of Ways of Seeing. In a special screening of his 1989 film Play Me Something, also featuring Tilda Swinton and Margaret Bennett, Berger narrates a politicised Venetian romance between a farm worker and a young bohemian woman, to a bemused waiting room of misfits in a desolate aiport lounge on the Scottish island of Barra. Directed by Tim Neat, present for a Q&A.
In perhaps the Worldâ€™s first ever surrealist experimental opera-musical, the UK premiere of Warsaw-based Karolina Bregula’s The Tower, follows the fate of a group of well-meaning community activists who decide that the solution to their social problems lies in building an enormous tower of sugar. With music by Glasgow based Ela Orleans, their utopian dreams inevitably lead toward more dystopian realities.
Expanding the festivalâ€™s ethos of conversational encounter into a fifth day, British artist Andrew KÃ¶tting will lead a raggle-taggle eight mile procession of artists and miscreants towards the Hermitage Castle and the spectral vision that is Mary Queen of Scots. Reuniting the ghosts of King Harold and his hand fast wife Edith Swan Neck, KÃ¶ttingâ€™s film-walk culminates in a screening of Edith Walks at Hermitage Hall.
For the closing film, Alchemy hosts the European premiere of Incident Reports by Canadian auteur Mike Hoolboom. An episodic love letter to an unseen therapist, Hoolboomâ€™s film is a luminous celebration of humanity, traversing memory, forgetting, image making and gender identity, while touching the heart of what it is to be in the world. It is an essay film that leads us joyfully to an ultimately life affirming conclusion: â€œLoving would be easy if your colours were like my dreams: Red, gold, and green.â€