Alchemical Rubedo, Disorient's Double Rainbow, Sex Magic, Fallen Angel, and a Temporary Cities panel with Larry Harvey are all happening this week.
New Yorkers have lots of party possibilities this weekend. There's CoSM’s 3-year anniversary, full moon and autumn equinox celebrations, Psytrance Dance festivities, Yom Kippur, birthday bashes and more.
This week New Yorkers can hear lurid Tales of the Burning Man, dance to Arabica, go beyond space and time, shake their souls, and party like its 2012.
Karl Sims got some amazing personality out of a bunch of random cubes back in '94. With that work, he opened many eyes to the power of artificial evolution by computer, and its potential to use Darwinian processes to solve problems and design solutions that are far too complex to be adequately addressed by mere humans.