Presença Inter-Format Symposium on Rites and Terrabytes 2018

Presença Inter-Format Symposium on Rites and Terrabytes 2018

 

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Chegamos em Nida no dia 19 de Junho, uma reserva natural linda, onde se encontra a Colônia da Academia de Arte de Vilnius (capital da Lituânia) que funciona como escola de Doutorado e também como colônia para estudantes de graduação da academia. Fomos lá para participar de uma conferência, o 8th Inter-Format Symposium, com a temática “Rites and Terabytes”, organizado pela inter-PAGAN network (inter and pan-disciplinary arts & grounded anthropocene network). O simpósio ocorreu nesta particular data pois é este o momento do Solstício de Verão, grande celebração nacional da tradição pagã na Lituânia, que faz parte dos países Bálticos da Europa Oriental, ditos os “últimos pagãos da Europa”.

 

O programa começou no dia seguinte, com apresentação dos participantes, e logo depois uma mesa redonda. Teve três falas, duas que nos interessaram particularmente, por Jurga Jununyte e  Audrius Beinorius. Nesse dia teve a Abertura no bosque ao lado da colônia com performance de uma banda folk chamada Obelija, aprendemos danças tradicionais e elas fizeram um ritual de início com cânticos; depois teve uma apresentação de noise uma gruo chamado SALA, onde eles foram extraídos sons da floresta.

Fomos conhecendo as pessoas aos poucos, eu estava procurando compreender a linha entre a programação aberta/fechada, que não era muito explicito posto que éramos as únicas que foram de ouvinte, basicamente. Mas nesse primeiro momento fomos nos apresentando de pessoa a pessoa, e um dos primeiros que falamos era Andrew Gryf Patterson, que já conhecia a rede, um curador escocês que mora na Dinamarca.

Dia 21- Segundo dia, primeira palestra sobre a curadoria da rede inter-pagã, e era fechada, a primeira que fomos foi sobre Etno-futurismo e produção cultural,  de Andres Kreuger , curador. Depois uma palestra sobre anjos e suas reflexões na cultura popular, de um estudante da Academia. A outra palestra foi muito interessante, do inglês Dougald Hine, autor, entre outros, do “The Dark Mountain Manifesto”. Neste dia teve uma instalação de Dovydas Korba, uma fonte com um pulso elétrico que ele descrevia como uma incubação numinosa. Pra fechar o dia, performance de Margorzata Zurada, “Feeding Celestial Bodies”, ritualzão tecnoshamanico. A Margorzata foi uma das que mais se interessou pelo Tecnoxamanismo quando, no último dia, fiz uma breve introdução sobre a rede, e disse já ter trabalhado em Aarhus, e se interessou por contato com as lideranças indígenas, no festival e na rede em geral. Nesse dia falamos com Jurij, um dos curadores, sobre uma potencial abertura para uma fala sobre a rede, ele disse que achava possiíel  mas para perguntarmos a Vytautas, curador principal.

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Feeding The Celestial Bodies, de M Zurada

Dia 23 – Foi nesse dia que falamos com o Vytautas sobre fazer a fala. Ele falou que tinha algumas pessoas também nessa stuação, que iria perguntar para seus colegas, e que domingo era uma dia com mais abertura na programação para isso. Nesse dia a primeira palestra foi do irlandês Gareth Kennedy, sobre “experimental material cultures in the west of ireland”. Uma pegada arqueologia+arte. A próxima palestra foi de Kevin Bartoli, artista-hacker francês, uma das mais a ver com o tecnoxamanismo, uma palestra performatica com uma leitura de cartas de tarô e combinando isso com o trabalho do coletivo que ele trabalha, chamado RYBN. Em seguida teve uma performance/ritual da destruição de computador e aproveitamento de suas partes, de Adrian Demleitner, suíço. Depois workshops fechados, e performance “Interdimensional Transmission”, duas meninas, uma descendo de um tecido e a outra cantando, depois do qual defumaram a galera. Na sala comunal então teve a transmissão dos preparativos para rituais na Látvia, país vizinho que também comemora o “Joninés”, a festa do Solstício de Verão,e o streaming veio da casa de uma familia que tem a tradição de promover esta celebração, mas a conexão estava fraca.

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Então teve a performance de um americano-francês, Gwen-Aell Lynn, que estava em residencia na Colônia,  chamada “Fire is form”, que foi interessante, ele propôs alguns cheiros nativos de lá de Nida e sálvia e vídeos tanto dos Bálticos quanto de indígenas em manifestação nos EUA , deixando o público num espaço apertado juntos,e depois prosseguindo para a área externa, onde construiu uma fogueira e abriu uma roda de conversa. Ele começou puxando a pergunta “Vocês se sentem colonizados?” para todos, Kupalua, integrante da rede que foi comigo respondeu que sim, e depois outras pessoas responderam, o filósofo Audrius disse que se sente colonizado pela ocupação soviética, e Gwenn-Aell disse  que nao achava que era o mesmo, eles discordaram sobre a definição de colonização, a atmosfera ficou tensa, uma artista do simpósio perguntou a Gwen-Aell o que ele estava querendo das pessoas. A conversa começou um tanto solta, abstrata, e o pessoal reunido foi se fechando um pouco para o diálogo, alguns atritos se criaram, e então o escritor do Dougald sugeriu ficar em silêncio pelas vozes que não podiam ser ouvidas (vozes estas que já tinham sido postas dentro da conversa com idéia) Depois conversamos mais um pouco e partimos para os shows da noite. Teve show da banda de folk, e dois shows de noise, o último bem legal chamada Two Moonwalkers, de Robert Nizinsky e Pawel Romanczuk

 

Dia 24 – Sábado, nesse dia todos foram para o porto da vila, pra comemoração do solstício, Joninés, a noite mais longa do ano. Foi um festiva de porte médio, mas bem típico de cidade pequena, com palco, barracas, encenação de conto, grupos espontâneos de canto, feitura de coroa de flores. e uma intervenção de Erica Scourti, Grécia-UK, performance chamada “Lost to The Phosphorous”.  

 

Domingo dia 5 – Dia Final. Kupalua tinha partido e eu fiquei este último dia para fazer a fala. Preparei uma apresentaçãozinha, mostrando o site, questionário e fotos do festival, mas acabou que a conversa final foi na varanda, informal, e eles começaram traçando desde a parte mais recente  da programação, avaliando de trás para frente. Quando começaram a enveredar pelo assunto de abertura para pessoas que não estavam inscritas foi o momento que houve abertura para a minha fala. Falei da motivação que tive de vir pela similaridade dos temas, apresentei a rede, fazendo o paralelo ‘tecnologia do xamanismo e xamanismo da tecnologia”, quando começou a rede, com que redes compondo; e que estamos organizando o festival em aarhus em 2019, apresentei o tema Ancestrofuturismo, eles perguntaram o que se tratava, expliquei brevemente, e disse que somos uma rede aberta, deixando aberto para participação de quem se interessasse. Todos se interessaram bastante a saber mais e agradeceram por ter compartilhado, fiz uma mailing list com o email de todos.

 

Foi legal a abertura deles. E uma coisa que ficou clara pra mim era que essa rede era uma rede báltica-nórdica-escocesa, com indivíduos interessados no intercâmbio e outros não tanto. Perguntei sobre a rede para Andrew no dia anterior, como ele via seu desenrolar a partir de agora, e ele disse que nao sabe se vão continuar com o projeto ou não, posto que era um projeto curatorial de um ano.

 

Isabella Aurora

 

Fotos por Andrej Vasilenko

Site oficial da Colônia http://nidacolony.lt

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Technoshamanism and Free Digital Territories in Benevento, Italy

From October 23 to 29, an international seminar about technoshamanism and the concept of “Digital Land” or “free digital territories” was held in the autonomous ecological project Terra Terra near Reino, Benevento, Italy. The event was organized by Vincenzo Tozzi and announced on the Bricolabs Mailing List. The seminar was held in the form of a “Pajelança Quilombólica Digital”, as it’s called in Brazilian Portuguese, a “digital shamanism” brainstorming on the possibilities of using free digital territories to connect free real-world territories.

Vincenzo Tozzi is the founder of the Baobáxia project which is run by the Brazilian network Rede Mocambos, and the main point of departure was the future of Baobáxia – sustainability, development, paths for the future.

Arriving in Napoli, I had the pleasure of meeting Hellekin and Natacha Roussel from Brussels who had received the call through the Bricolabs list. Vince had arranged that we could stay in the Mensa Occupata, a community-run squat in central Napoli that was occupied in 2012 and is the home of a hackerspace, a communal kitchen and a martial arts gym, the “Palestra Populare Vincenzo Leone”, where I was pleased to see that my own favourite capoeira is among the activities.

The actual seminar took place in much more rural settings outside Reino, in the country known locally as “terra delle streghe” or “land of the witches”. With respect to our desire to work with free territories and the inherent project of recuperating and learning from ancestral traditions, the area is interesting in the sense that the land is currently inhabited by the last generation of farmers to cultivate the land with traditional methods supported by an oral tradition which har mostly been lost in the most recent decades.  During the seminar, we had the opportunity to meet up with people from the local cooperative Lentamente, which is working to preserve and recuperate the traditional ways of growing crops and keeping animals without machines (hence the name “lentamente”, slowly) as well as trying to preserve as much as possible of the existing oral traditions.

During the seminar, we accommodated to the spirit of the territory and the settings by dividing the day into two parts: In the morning, we would go outside and work on the land until lunchtime, which would be around three o’clock.

After lunch, hopefully properly wake and inspired by the fresh air and the beauty of the countryside, we would start looking at the technical side of things, delve into the code, discuss protocols and standards and explore possible pathways to the future. After dinner, we would dedicate the evenings to more general  discussions as well as to relaxing, often still covering important ground.

Among other things, during the days we built some stairs and raised beds on a hillside leading up to the main buildings and picked olives for about twenty liters of oil.

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Baobáxia front-end developer Ariane Stolfi and her son Tales inspect the olive harvest.

As for the technical side of the encounter, we discussed the structure of the code, the backend  repositories and the offline synchronization process with newcomers to the project, reviewed various proposals for the technical future of the project and installed two new mucuas. In the process, we identified some bugs and fixed a couple of them.

An important aspect  of the concept of “free digital territories” is that we are looking for and using new metaphors for software development. Middle-class or otherwise well-off people who are used to have the means to employ servants or hire e.g. a lawyer whenever they need one may find it easy to conceive of a computer as a “server”  whose life is dedicated to serving its “clients”. For armies of office workers, having a computer pre-equipped with a “desktop” absolutely makes sense. But in the technoshamanism and quilombolic networks we’re not concerned with perpetuating the values and structures of capitalist society. We wish to provide software for free territories, and thus our metaphors are not based on the notion of clients and servers, but of digital land: A mucúa or node of the Baobáxia system is not a “server”, it’s digital land for the free networks to grow and share their culture.

Another important result was that the current offline synchronization and storage using git and git-annex can be generalized to other applications. Baobáxia currently uses a data format whose backend representation and synchronization is fixed by convention, but we could build other applications using the same protocol, a protocol for “eventually connected federated networks“. Other examples of applications that could use this technology for offline or eventually connected communications is wikis, blogs and calendars. One proposal is therefore to create an RFC for this communication, basically documenting and generalizing Baobáxia’s current protocol. The protocol, which at present includes the offline propagation of requests for material not present on a local node of the system, could also be generalized to allow arbitrary messages and commands, e.g. requesting the performance of a service known to be running in another community, to be stored offline and performed when the connection actually happens. This RFC (or RFCs) should be supplemented by proof-of-concept applications which should not be very difficult to write.

This blog post is a quick summary of my personal impressions, and I think there are many more stories to be told about the threads we tried to connect those days in Benevento.  All in all, the encounter was fruitful and I was happy to meet new people and use these days to concentrate of the future of Baobáxia and related projects for free digital territories.

review – tcnxmnsm in aarhus – denmark/2017

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In 12 of August of 2017 we did the second meeting of technoshamanism in Aarhus/ Denmark, here is the open call “Technoshamanism in Aarhus, Rethinking ancestrality and technology” (2017).

The first one was in november of 2014 with the name “technomagic and technoshamanism meeting in Aarhus“. It was made at the Open Space, a hacker space in Aarhus.

The second one was made at Dome of Visions,  a ecological geodesic located in the region of Port of Aarhus, supported by a group of eco-activists. The meeting was organized by Carsten Agger with  Ariane Stolfi, Fabiane M. Borges and Raisa Inocêncio. With the participation of: Amalia FonfaraRune Hjarno RasmussenWinnie Soon and Sebastian Tranekær. Here you can see the complete programme.

First, we did a radio discussion, after performance/ritual presentations, in the end a jam session of voice, noise with analogical and digital instruments, Smoking and clay bath.

AUDIO (by Finetanks): https://archive.org/details/II-tcnxmnsm-aarhus

PHOTOS (by Domo of Visions):

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VIDEOS (by tcnxmsnm):

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Part 2:

 

“The venue was really beautiful and well-equipped, its staff was helpful
and people in the audience were friendly and interested. Everything went
completely smoothly and according to plan, and the final ritual was
wonderful with its combination of Arab flute, drumming, noise and visual
performance. All in all a wonderful event.” (Carsten Agger)

“I think it was really instructive and incredibly cool to be with people who have so much knowledge and passion about the subjects they are dealing with. Communication seems to be the focal point, and there was a great willingness to let people express their minds.” (Sebastian Tranekær)

“The meeting was very diverse, the afternoon with speeches and discussion of some topics linked to the network of technoshamanism, such as self-organization, decolonization of thought, then we discussed technology and future cyborg and at the end we talked about noise and feminism. Ritual open with the participation of other people and was very curious to see the engagement, – it was a rite of rock!! ” (Raisa Inocêncio)”

It was so nice to see Aarhus again, this dome of vision is really special place, thank you to all of you!! We did just one day of meeting and we could not listen everybody, but I am sure it is just the beginning!!! I agree with Raisa, it was a rite of rock-noise. (Fabiane M. Borges)

Technoshamanism in Aarhus – rethink ancestrality and technology

PROGRAM

FREE RADIO
Moderated by Carsten Agger
14:00-14:45    What is technoshamanism? How does it work and what does it want? 
What political issues does it raise? Introduction by Fabiane M. Borges, input from various participants
14:45-15:15    What and how may we learn about Chinese text censorship with machine learning? (Winnie Soon)
15:15-15:45    Decolonization and self-organization (Carsten Agger and Raisa Inocêncio)
15:45-16:30    Immigrating ontologies, recovering ancestralities (Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen and Amalia Fonfara)
16:30-17:30    Sonora Network – Collective Feminism in music and gender study (Ariane Stolfi)
17:30-18:00   BREAK
PERFORMANCE
18:00 – 19:00 Workshop: Invisible Drum (Amalia Fonfara)
19:00 – 19:30 Political Bath (Raisa Inocêncio)
19:30 – 20:00 Open Band (Ariane Stolfi)
20:00-21:00 BREAK, preparations for ritual
21:00 – 24:00  A collective DIY ritual created by the participants. Noise by Sebastian Tranekær Hansen.
For the ritual, please bring musical instruments, clothes, whatever props are adequate for your contribution as well as inspiration and ideas.
EXHIBITION
Throughout the event, the installation Hyperelixx by Samuel Capps will be exhibited and can be perused by visitors.
The event will take place in Dome of Visions, Aarhus on August 12, as announced in the Open Call.
BIOGRAPHIES
Amalia Fonfara: (Greenland 1985) Artist and shamanic practitioner based in Trondheim. Since 2010, Amalia Fonfara has lived in Norway. She holds a bachelor of fine art (2013) and  an international master of fine art (2015), from Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. Fonfara has studied different esoteric practices, including spiritism, shamanism and contemplative healing practices. She is currently doing a one year study prg. at Scandinavian Center of Shamanic Studies in Sweden. In her artistic practice the perception of reality, imagination and spirituality are closely connected and intertwined. Will present the Invisible Drum project at this event. www.amaliafonfara.com
    
Ariane Stolfi: Architect, composer, programmer and musician, transits between languages. Doctorate candidate on Sonology (ECA-USP), researching interactive interfaces on web technologies, has made installations and performances such “Hexagrama essa é pra tocar” and “Cromocinética”. Joined festivals such Submidialogias, #DisExperimental, Virada Cultural and Dissonantes, mantains finetanks.com experimental netlabel and collabotates with Sonora feminist collective.
    
Carsten Agger: Software developer, activist and writer, active in social movements for free software and civil rights and against racism and colonial wars, for twenty years. Trained as a theoretical physicist he works as a free software developer, contributes to the Baobáxia project and co-organized the LibreOffice Conference 2015. He wrote a book about the Qur’an and is currently studying Norse religion and language for a comparative project. Served two years on the board of the hackerspace Open Space Aarhus and co-organized the II International Festival of Technoshamanism and technoshamanism events in Aarhus and Berlin. www.modspil.dk
Fabiane M. Borges holds a Post PhD in Visual Arts and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica in São Paolo (Brazil) and works as a psychologist, artist and essayist; organizes events relative to art and technology and social movements; authored two books, Domínios do Demasiado (Hucitec/2010) and Breviário de Pornografia Esquizotrans (ExLibres 2010); coordinated two books with the media, art and technology network Submidialogia (Ideias Perigozas, 2010, and Peixe Morto, 2011). She is one of the organizers of the I and II International Festival of Technoshamanism – http://technoshamanism.wordpress.com/en Blog: https://catahistorias.wordpress.com/ – e-mail: ca t a d o re s@gm a il. c om 
Raisa Inocêncio: Brazilian, born in 1989. She studied philosophy at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Visual Arts at Parque Lage School. Now studying at Toulouse University (France) in Erasmus Mundus Masters Europhilosophie. Research on the aesthetic-political practices of post-porn movement through performing actions and references such as artists Anne Sprinkle, Diana Torres, the collective Coyote, Ju Dorneles among others.
    
Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen:Graduated from the University of Copenhagen with an MA in History of Religions and Anthropology, which included two fieldwork periods in Brazil and two in Uganda. He has self-published a book on the role of traditional songs in Capoeira, and has collaborated on documentary film work on the role of religion in Ghana (2002). He worked for two years in humanitarian work removing land-mines in Angola and the Nuba Mountains in Sudan, and he has worked and published on anti-trafficking. He is currently finishing a PhD on ritual technologies in Afro-Brazilian religion.
Sebastian Tranekær Hansen: Born 1983, grew up in Greenland and has lived in Denmark since 1995. Autodidact musician, producer and DJ with a great interest in dance music and dance. Sebastian has been organizing and executing celebrations in Aarhus’ underground scene for some years, mostly in the genres of techno and drum’n’bass. Has primarily worked with people. Human development and communication are very central to his work with music and art.
Samuel Capps is a British artist whose work, among them the recent show ‘Relics from the De-Crypt’, work around themes similar to technoshamanism. He also runs the gallery Gossamer Fog in London. www.samuelcapps.com
    
Winnie Soon: Winnie Soon is an artist-researcher who resides in Hong Kong and Denmark. Her work approach spans the fields of artistic practice and software studies, examining the materiality of computational processes that underwrite our experiences and realities in digital culture. Winnie’s work has been presented at festivals, conferences and museums throughout the Asia Pacific, Europe and America, including but not limited to Transmediale2015/2017, ISEA2015/2016, ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Si Shang Art Museum, Pulse Art + Technology Festival, Hong Kong Microwave International Media Arts Festival, FutureEverything Art Exhibition. Currently, she is assistant professor at the Department of Digital Design and Information Studies in Aarhus University. More info: www.siusoon.net

Technoshamanism in Aarhus – rethink ancestrality and technology

OPEN CALL

On August 12, 2017 from 14:00 to 22:00 there will be a technoshamanism meeting in Dome of Visions, Aarhus, Denmark.

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 technoshamanistic 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 ancestorfuturism, perspectivism, new and old indigenism in the middle of the climate changes 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!

We welcome all proposals for rituals, musical and artistic performances, talks, discussions and technological workshops. Please send your proposal to xamanismotecnologico@gmail.com.

The proposal needs to be short (250 words) with your web site (if any) and a short bio.

PROGRAM

FREE RADIO

The verbal talks will be structured as roundtable discussions with several participants which are recorded and simultaneously live streamed as Internet radio.

Topics:

  • TECHNOSHAMANISM – What is it?
  • Ancestrality and ancestrofuturism
  • Experiences from the II International Festival and other events
  • Immigration and new ontologies arriving in Europe
  • Self-organizing with free software and DIY technology
  • Your proposal!

PERFORMANCE AND RITUAL

A collaborative DIY ritual to end the event – bring costumes, proposals, visual effects, ideas and musical instruments.

We welcome proposals for all kinds of performance, rituals and narratives along the lines of this open call – all proposals to be sent to xamanismotecnologico@gmail.com.

NOTE

When we have received your proposals, we will organize them and publish a detailed program around August 1, for the discussions and workshops as well as for the rituals.

ACCOMODATION

If you don’t live in Aarhus and need accomodation, that can be arranged (for free). Bring your sleeping bag!

WHO ARE WE?

This encounter is organized by Carsten Agger, Beatriz Ricci, Fabiane M. Borges and Ouafa Rian.

TECHNOSHAMANISM – THE NETWORK

Tecnoshamanism is an international network for people interested in living out their ideas in everyday life while focusing on open science, open technology, free and DIY cosmological visions and feel the necessity of maintaining a strong connection to the Earth as a living, ecological organism.

In recent years, we have had meetings in Spain, England, Denmark, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Germany, and Switzerland. In November 2016, we had the II International Festival of Tecnoxamanism in the indigenous Pataxó village of Pará in Bahia, Brazil. The purpoose of this meeting is to discuss technoshamanism as outlined above and to strengthen and grow this network, hopefully reaching out to new partners in Denmark and beyond. The network is based in Brazil but draws inspiration from all over the world.

You can find more information on technoshamanism in these articles:

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This event is supported by Digital Living Research Commons, Aarhus University.

and NANO/PPGAV/EBA/UFRJ  (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)

Sobre o Encontro de Tecnoxamanismo no Estúdio Lâmina!!

Chamada: https://wordpress.com/post/tecnoxamanismo.wordpress.com/1817

 

Plataforma permanente (com nome provisório) para colaboracao com os Guarani Mbya do Pico do Jaraguá Sao Paulo – http://jurua.provisorio.ws/

 

Áudio da rádio debate com Thiago Pimentel (Cryptorave), Lívia ascava (Ônibus Hacker), Gianni Puzzo (Anthares Multimeios), Pedro Parrachia (desenvolvedor da plataforma colaborativa) e Ara Mirin (aldeia Tekoa Pyau) com mediacao de rafael Frazao (Terra Ronca).

https://archive.org/details/AudioEncontroTecnoxamanismoEstudioLminaSaoPaulo

 

Relato de Sue Nhamandu:

https://tecnoxamanismo.wordpress.com/2017/06/17/hamadriade-sucubo-encontro-de-tcnxmnsm-_sp/

Vídeo Pílula sobre o encontro – abrindo com o grupo de rap Oz Guarani, rádio debate, Macumba Hacker (Guilherme Pinkalsky), Ziyou (Jovem Palerosi), Parada (Rogério Borovik), Trany(y) Plantx (performance com sue Nhamandu, Guima San, Marci Marci), Vídeo Mapping (Rafael frazao) e Lab Luz (Paulinho Fluxus)

 

Vídeo – Trecho da Intervencao Guarani Mbya no Pátio do Colégio (Centro de Sao Paulo):

 

 

Fotos:

TECNOXAMANISMO NO ESTÚDIO LÂMINA!! SÃO PAULO

14 de Junho de 2017 – Quarta Feira – Das 19 às 24 hs – Estúdio Lâmina

Av. São João, 108 – São Paulo!!!!

naaldeiapara   Foto: Ritual de Abertura do II Festival Internacional de Tecnoxamanismo na Aldeia Pará Pataxó –              Caraíva – Sul da Bahia.  By Rafael Frazão.
Mais um encontro tcnxmnsm em Sampa!! Dessa vez afim de aprofundar a relação da rede com a Aldeia Tekoa Pyau dos Guaranis Mbya situada no Pico do Jaraguá, na Zona Oeste da Capital.
 
Esse encontro tem como objetivo o lançamento de uma plataforma web de campanha permanente para a reserva.!!!
 
Já foram feitos alguns encontros entre os Guaranis Mbya e o tcnxmnsm como na Casa Luz, Instituto Goethe, e na própria Aldeia Tekoa Pyau
 
 
Dessa vez a ideia é colocar na roda os interesses mútuos, e afirmar o pacto de colaboração, que pode vir a se desdobrar em encontros virtuais e presenciais para troca de conhecimentos com a Aldeia!!
 
PARA A RÁDIO DEBATE:
 
Sue Nhamandu (Pornoklastia) – Thiago Pimentel (Cryptorave), Lívia Ascava (Ônibus Hacker), Gianni Puzzo (Anthares Multimeios), Pedro Parrachia (desenvolvedor da plataforma colaborativa) e Ara Mirin (Aldeia Tekoa Pyau) com a mediação de Rafael Frazão (Terra Ronca).
 
Depois da conversa vai ter apresentações da galera firmeza que sempre está junto com a gente nessas redes de arte/afeto/vida !!! performances, apresentações, shows e dj!!
 
PROGRAMAÇÃO PÓS RÁDIO DEBATE:
 
* OZ GUARANI (Rap Guarani )
* Macumba Hacker (Guilherme Pinkalsky)
* Ziyou – (Jovem Palerosi)
* Parada – (Rogério Borovik)
* Tranz(y) Plantx – Performance – Sue Nhamandu, Guima San, Marci Marci
* Vídeo Mapping (Rafael Frazão)
* Lab Luz (Paulinho Fluxus)
 
 
Investimento:
10$ foratemers justo
20$ foratemers abundante
5$ foratemers tô na pindaiba mas quero colaborar
 
Sua colaboração vai ajudar no transporte dos Guarani, da Aldeia até aqui!!
 
_͞_̶__O bar do Lâmina estará funcionando.
 
 
Para saber mais da rede de tecnoxamanismo – aqui: https://tecnoxamanismo.wordpress.com
 
#submidialogia #novastecnologiasrituaisdeencontro #genocídiodosparentes #cosmogonialivre #ancestrofuturismo #hiperstição #biohacking #pornoklastia #hackerismo #antropoceno #cyborguesia #criptografia