magic

event: Pschokinetic noise, rhythmajik and possession-trance performance

28/10/2010 19:00
28/10/2010 19:00

noise=noise, Radical Sound Practices, and The Woodmill present....

an evening of psychokinetic noise, rhythmajik,

possession-trance, distant folk and chamber music,

telepathic sculptures, decomposition and consultation.

The Woodmill
Neckinger, Bermondsey
London, United Kingdom, SE16 3QN

Thursday 28th October 2010
7pm-1am
£7

KK.NULL & JULIEN OTTAVI
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http://www.kknull.com/
http://noiser.org/

Z'EV & RYAN JORDAN
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http://www.rhythmajik.com/
http://ryanjordan.org/

JACQUES BELOEIL [read more...]

Location

The Woodmill
Neckinger Bermondsey
London SE16 3QN
United Kingdom

forum: Website for Journal of Academic Study of Magic

Dear list members:

I have just taken over as editor of the Journal for the Academic Study of Magic, an inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of magic in history, religion, literature, art, and culture.

My first order of business is to get a website up and running. I have been given quotes from website designers ranging from $1500 to $2400 for complete zero-to-up and running services. Does anyone know of any funding agencies that I might apply to to cover this sort of project? The journal is housed in the US but published in Oxford, UK. [read more...]

event: INTERACTIVOS? Lima'09: Magic and Technology International Workshop

13/04/2009 10:00

/// digital art / new media ///

INTERACTIVOS?' LIMA'09: MAGIC AND TECHNOLOGY
International Project Development Workshop

Collaborators can join any of the developing teams that will carry out the selected proposals to develop interactive installations based on magic and technology concepts.

Deadline for collaborators: April 7, 2009
Workshop dates: April 13 - 28, 2009
Venue: Escuelab (Lima, Peru) [read more...]

blog: The Puzzle Box, Chapter 7

One of the reasons I'm publishing this story in monthly instalments is because I reviewed a Flash-animated comic called "Broken Saints" a couple of years ago (see http://hyperex.co.uk/reviewbrokensaints.php). [read more...]

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