Reality Sandwich caught up with director Gay Dillingham while she was in town for the New York run of Dying to Know, a candid documentary that captures the reunion between longtime collaborators Timothy Leary and Ram Dass after Leary’s terminal cancer diagnosis.
New EDM festival in the Southwest promises emphasis on sustainability, health and indigenous cultures while bringing together over 170 bands, performances, workshops, yoga classes, presentations, activities, and ceremonies across 5 stunning stages and 4 days.
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.
Semaya, the newly released video from the Musichuk Recording Label, artfully weaves startling and extremely rare images of the Kataragama tribe in southern Sri Lanka alongside electronic music that is matched carefully to the ceremonial tenor.
Most apartment buildings are monocultures, usually addressing the same part of the market. There often isn’s much of a community outside of the lobby or the elevator. C.F. Møller Architects and Brut Architecture are trying to change that with their new residential tower in Antwerp.
Forget the mediocre Tom Cruise movies that barely justified their rental fee, this truly might be one of the creepiest ‘future is now’ transhumanist magic acts to date. Head of advanced tech at Google-owned Motorola, Regina Dugan tells us to swallow the pill!
What future events could be predicted if someone were to develop an effective algorithm and had the right data sets to plug into it? Much more than we are likely to think. A 27 year-old computer prodigy named Kira Radinsky, also known as the “web prophet,” …