technoshamanist performance ritual – London – 14th may 2011

video here:

photos here: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150187093169470.329645.598339469&l=a1208f77a5
technoshamanist performance ritual

Saturday – 14th may 2011 – 2-7pm – Room 314, New Building – 

Goldsmiths college, New cross

The building is number 2 in this college map http://www.gold.ac.uk/media/campus-map.pdf

overground station is new cross or new cross gate

if you’re lost you can call manu on 07944 92 33 44

venue tbc (register to find out)nanopolitics presents – technoshamanist performance ritualfacilitated by Fabiane Borges and Camila Mello, with the participation of Phill JonesThis workshop aims at producing a photo-story through performance and ritualistic processes. A photonovel will be built from the biographies of the participants and through multimedia. We let technology speak with our memories and sensations. What do rituals mean to us? Since childhood, what rituals did we perform and participate in, what did we hate, how was the space of spiritual conection with nature in our lives.. with drugs.. with gods.. sacrifices.. dances..
The basic elements for this ritual will emerge from a suitcase, filled by us. We will bring the objects for our ritual/s: fabrics, candles, incenses, smells, musicals instruments, djimbe, fancy dresses/clothes, jewels, letters, old mobile phones, wigs, sex toys, cigarettes, books, make up, whatever we may want to use in the conception of characters and the creation of the respective script.Please bring four important things:
1- elements for the suitcase/ritual;
2- elements of autobiography (in the form of thoughts about your lives this far)
3- musical instruments for the procession
4- something to eat or drinkThe images will be shown in the very day of the workshop followed by a discussion about the final product (and a picnic).
Email catadores@gmail.com to register and with questions.biographies and links
Fabiane Borges lives in London, researches at Goldsmiths, works towards a PhD in Clinic Psychology at PUC, São Paulo, Brazil. She produces events of art and media since 2000. She wrote three books about urban art, performance, ritual, media and social movements that are available here: https://catahistorias.wordpress.com/category/textos-e-pdfs-da-fabiborges/
Event on art and media – submidialogia: http://submidialogias.descentro.org/category/submidialogia/
Photo-novel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9G-a41ru1Q
Immersive process: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dp5IjbCXG5MCamila Mello lives in London, she is a visual artist and works with multimedia since 2005. She’s part of the collective Mergulho e Desvenda and produced an event called SEU: http://portoalegreseu.wordpress.com/
She has focused on thinking through art and public space, the production of events of art and politics. She was artist in residence in several places. BASE http://artbaseasso.wordpress.com
MERGULHO: www.corpoliquido.wordpress.comwww.corpoliquido.nafoto.net
http://www.youtube.com/corpoliquido
Email: camilanmello@gmail.comPhil Jones has been a musician and software developer for nearly 20 years. As the former, he’s composed music to accompany ballet, poetry recitals and gallery exhibitions, as well as exploring a number of interactive compositional toys. As the latter he’s developed everything from social networks for social entrepreneurs, through industrial scale materials management software for Brazilian pharmacies, to desktop applications in Java.
University of London. Links : Home page: http://synaesmedia.net/
At Goldsmiths : http://www.doc.gold.ac.uk/~ma001pj/
Gbloink! (music composition software, and music) : http://www.gbloink.com
Email: interstar@gmail.comfabric (tecidos), candles, incenses, smells, musicals instruments, djimbe, and the more important thing:
that people start to think about theyre conection with rituals, since child…  what they did, what they hate,
how was the space of spiritual conection with nature in theyre lifes, with was with drogs? with gods?
sacrifices?  dance? so, is more less it…

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