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On February 13th at the Wild Project, the multi-talented animation artist Kaliptus will be screening animation from a group of psychotropic video artists at an event he calls “Tryptophantasia.” Kaliptus describes himself as an exorcist and bringer of paradise through visual poetry. Some of his most exciting client work has been with Alex Grey, Marvel, […]
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Posted: March 7th, 2009 under Video, Horoscopes, Shamanism, Sexuality, Audio, Recipes, Parties, Electric Jesus Podcast, Mind, Politics, Interviews, World Cultures, Books, Culture, Sustainability, Holistic Health, Music, TV, Spirituality, Events, Technology, Web, Science.
There’s a huge, gaping hole that separates Western thinking from the mindset of Islam, into which falls many an idea that neither side can agree upon. One of these ideas, arguably one of the most significant, is that of women’s rights and gender equality. In the west, we take great pride in the pervasiveness of […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty fascinated by Astrology. I am not well-versed in it, but I do know when a horoscope I read rings uncannily true for me. Our own Patricia Bingman’s horoscopes often fall into that category, so I figured she’d be a great person to ask all sorts […]
If you don’t know who Speed Levitch is, he was the one walking with Wiley Wiggins on the Brooklyn Bridge in “Waking Life”. Read Timothy “Speed” Levitch’s myspace blog. Then become his myspace friend. Maybe his outerspace friend. You’ll be glad you did.
Ari Handel, a neurobiologist by training, co-wrote the story for Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, The Fountain. Ari recently agreed to let me record a conversation about this unusually poetic and meditative work of cinema…
First of all, congratulations on the achievement of the film.
How long was it in the works?
We started talking about it in […]
In the wake of the recent elections, I find myself elated but mostly relieved that a sufficient number of Americans were reasonable enough to vote a Democratic majority into Congress. As positive a development as this is in our current situation, it immediately makes me realize how low my political hopes have sunk after nearly […]
Complacent’s been a leader in online activism and community building but has also been an initiator of creative stunts that have continually challenged the protest status quo.
From dousing hoards of shoppers in pools of dollar bills to piling partiers into trains, Complacent Nation’s record of bombastic assertions shows that its upcoming finale on July 29th […]
Barbara Carrellas is a sex positivist and a pleasure activist. She started working in the sex industry at the age of 35, and after stints as a prostitute, dancer and nude model, Barbara found an even higher calling in what she calls conscious sexuality. Living in New York City, she needed to find a way […]
Reverend Jen is a poet, preacher, painter, performer, and Patron Saint of the Uncool. With her elf ears and Chihuahua sidekick (Reverend Jen Jr.), she’s one of the New York’s Lower East Side’s most visible figures. Anti-Slams have been blessing the walls of Collective Unconscious for nine and a half years. She is the […]