If we want to escape the hold of wetiko, to transition to a way of life that serves all beings, we need to value the power of our own creativity, and to understand that we are always creating the reality we experience, whether we are aware of it or not.
Tony Vigorito’s third novel, “Love and Other Pranks,” was described as “the single wildest novel I’ve ever read,” by bestselling novelist and countercultural icon Tom Robbins. Here, performance philosopher and all-around renaissance artist Michael Garfield interviews Tony about his latest book.
In this interview, Reality Sandwich & Evolver co-founder Daniel Pinchbeck discusses the ideas laid out in his new book, “How Soon is Now?” for tackling the impending ecological mega-crisis that threatens all life on earth.
It is getting harder to keep a secret these days. The collective shadow of our society, once safely relegated to the dark basement of the unmentionable, is now exposed to daylight, forcing us to face our contradictions.
9/11, dreams, synchronicity, David Lynch, La Canada CA, Kabul, Afghanistan, Oaxacan shamanism, are only a few of the forces that combined to help forge the multimedia artist Ariana Delawari, who released her project Entelechyin August 2016. I’m delighted to interview her for Reality Sandwich.
Genesis P-Orridge, perhaps the most enigmatic artist of our time, discusses synchronicity, human evolution, the responsibility of a creative artist, and how life in Kathmandu influenced h/er current exhibition at the Rubin Museum in NYC.