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Krannert Art Museum
May 30, 2015
Charline McCombs Empire Theatre
Aug 23, 2016
Museum of Wellington
Nov 10, 2017
BY TAKETO KOBAYASHI
@ VOL 129
ON OCT 28, 2015
Get back to the future at PechaKucha Night Tokyo Design Week Special, 3D impresario Taketo Kobayashi’s diverse art projects include printed prosthetic limbs, neo-Jomon jewelry and psychedelic computer graphics. Taketo draws inspiration from the correlations between prehistoric societies and contemporary sub-cultures.
Grande Dame's Animation Odyssey
BY GRANDE DAME
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 08, 2016
Grande Dame, aka Tiff McGinnis puts a twist on the romantic notion of Disney with her psychedelic animations and games. Dame talks us through both her work and brain; giving an insight into the thinking and making of a south coast rock diva.
The Psychedelic Experience: Subjectivity Through Art
Omar Khan is a freelance writer currently looking at how psychedelics have influenced art and counter-culture over the years. His talk is on how altered states of consciousness are represented in film.
Psychedelic psychiatry in SA?
BY LEONIE JOUBERT
@ VOL 46
ON NOV 07, 2017
Magic mushrooms could be the kind of breakthrough for mental health treatment as penicillin. Leonie Joubert investigates the renaissance of psychedelic psychiatry & visits an underground movement of therapeutic & ceremonial 'journey guides'.
The Psychedelic Renaissance: The Reemergence of Medical Psychedelic Use
BY MOSHE JACOBSON
@ VOL 33
ON AUG 27, 2017
Moshe Jacobson speaks about a very personal experience he had during a psychedelic experience and how it shaped his perspective. This has led Moshe to seek to bring psychedlics out of the fog of myth and into the everyday, Listen as he describes this journey and where it is leading him today and in the future.
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Report from PKN Tel Aviv Vol. 17
Here's a great event report from PKN Tel Aviv organizer Anat Safran on the city's latest event, its PechaKucha Night Vol. 17: We had another successful PKN here in Tel Aviv! It was vol. 17, and once again we were sold out with 8000 people! Yes, it's crazy. We did 4 rounds over two nights. This stretches the "15 minutes of fame" for our presenters, makes them superstars for two nights. We had some great presentations: a typographer who invented a font that combines Arabic and Hebrew in the same letter, a great experimental graphic work and a beautiful metaphor of an optimistic future. An artist who is making live animation with low tech means - paper cuts, lights and small camera. A graphic designer with interesting insights about the two biggest daily newspapers in Israel. A couple living in a circus van that uses circus as way of social activism and change by having fun. A comedian who stands on his head in various spots in the world. An artist who's building wooden dolls of all her family members and a model of her childhood house to tell the story of a family tragedy. An amazing vocal artist with a divine voice. A special guest from Berlin who's building crazy smart and useless machines. An illustrator and animator with psychedelic creations that makes you feel like you're on LSD... We got so many great reactions that made us so proud and happy to be a part of the PechaKucha experience once again.