ANCESTERFUTURISM SEMINAL THOUGHTS ABOUT TECHNOSHAMANISM

T A L K 
 
FABIANE M. BORGES ◆ 5 OCTOBER 2016 ◆ 6 PM
 
ANCESTERFUTURISM
SEMINAL THOUGHTS ABOUT TECHNOSHAMANISM
 “Where can we locate our ‚ancestrality’? Merely in the past, or also in our future? What are the ‚hyperstitions’ related to technoshamanism? What if dreams could be thought of as an untouched interstitial space? Could dreams help us to escape the Anthropocene? Hands and dreams on the Earth. What can ancient communities teach us about survival technologies?“ 
 
These are some questions that will guide a conversation around ancesterfuturism and technoshamanism. 
 
 FABIANE M. BORGES is a Brazilian artist, clinical psychologist and essayist based in Rio de Janeiro. She’s one of the articulators of the technoshamanism network and is currently co-organizing the II International Festival of Technoshamanism in Brazil. Her research is about Space-art, art, technology, shamanism, performance and subjectivity. Borges’ work can be denoted as an ‚immersive process‘ or ‚frontier experience‘, since her aim is to provoke deep bodily and perceptional experiences. She authored two books Domínios do Demasiado (Hucitec, 2010) and Breviário de Pornografia Esquizotrans (Ex Libris, 2010) and coordinated two other books with the media, art and technology network Submidialogia (Ideias Perigozas, 2010, and Peixe Morto, 2011). 

Toni Areal, 3. Floor, Room 3.E08

Hosted by BA Media & Art
 ☞ save the date:
THURSDAY OCTOBER 6, 7pm – midnight
THE WHO OF THINGS. An Evening of Technoshamanism 
kadija

Futuros sequestrados x o Anti-sequestro dos sonhos, Rio De Janeiro, 2016  © Rafael Frazão

 
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste
Zurich University of the Arts
Melanie Matthieu
Teaching Assistant
Bachelor of Arts in Art & Media
Zurich University of the Arts, Toni-Areal, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, P.O. Box, CH-8031 Zurich

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