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Antiphonic Multi-Being

Installation and Performance
part of Morphologies of Invisible Agents
Preview 6 – 9pm, 2 May 2019 including performances by Aas and Plastique Fantastique
Exhibition 26 April – 28 May 2019
SPACE, 129-131 Mare St, Hackney, London E8 3RH

The process begins
     something in the distance behind 

Limited entities desiring wholeness
     something looks broken 

Not everyone present is visible
     not everyone visible is present

Voluntary acts of sacrifice
     something that has a purpose 

Antiphonic resonators
astral glue noise noise

Multiple remote coordinates
     slipping on time’s shiny skin

Temporal extromission
     something reaching

Activating the body mother
     a burning desire

An interlocking multi-being


Antiphonic Multi-Being

Diagram of science fiction dimensional travel of sigil portal projection of ganzfeld remote social blasting of coordinate viewing.

Antiphonic Multi-Being presents a reflection on the cumulative constitution of collective personhood through creative practice and ‘altered states’ – states that are formed through ongoing shifts between diagrammatic (ordered) and anti-diagrammatic (disordered) psychic conditions. Bringing together anthropologist collaborator Julia Sauma’s research into collective personhood in the Amazon with ideas around co-authorship and collectivity in molecular art practices, Antiphonic Multi-Being investigates these through video and performance; reciprocal participant observation (in anthropology / art practice); the use of collective sigils (magic diagrams of intent) and interpersonal psychic phenomena of Ganzfeld technique and remote viewing – both forms of gathering knowledge through extrasensory perception.

Astral glue noise noise.


Half-Sun Gift

AAS present “Half-Sun Gift” radio programme for Resonance Extra
Saturday 26th March 2016 20:00 – 21:00 GMT
Interviews, visitors, AMSR, textures, visitations and more.


[Track Five Intro Music]
[Canned applause]
[Track Five Continues]
[Canned applause]
WW: You’re listening to Resonance FM (sic) and this is Winston Wells interviewing Dr Mark Jackson on his doctoral thesis “Nothing short of complete liberation: The Burroughsian ideal of space as a curatorial strategy in audial art”. Welcome Dr Jackson.
MJ: Thank you Winston. I don’t think it would be honest to extra terrestrial call me shooting shooting police anything like that baby shit is this idea of going into an art exhibition in finding out what it’s all about I think one of the things that perhaps sounds emphasises Real to me more and more was not that it was difficult to essay on pack or decipherable ID code…
[indecipherable mess]
…forget what you did was up on a bit of that works can tune up take a little bit extra glitch or artefacts which is normally wanted but you cannot write musical merit within which something that you don’t really get to someone cutups From: Doctor Jackson From: Doctor Jackson the to cutups             From:     Doctor Jackson with Jackson tape  From: Doctor Jackson speech                 cutups From: Doctor Jackson text cutups From: Doctor Jackson eg script                 ouija text  From: Doctor Jackson script script board get board an for an script             wormhole From:  Jackson digital  From Doctor Doctor…
[uncomfortable silence]
WW: Thank you Dr Jackson

Listen to the show here

Half-Sun Gift was part of “Gravity Waves and The Spirit World” a Spirit of Gravity curated radio programme.

Molecular Cults

1800150_10152295244770390_71382980_oThe term cult identifies a pattern of ritual behavior in connection with specific objects, within a framework of spatial and temporal coordinates. Rituals would include (but not necessarily be limited to) prayer, sacrifice, votive offerings, competitions, processions and construction of monuments. Some degree of recurrence in place and repetition over time of ritual action is necessary for a cult to be enacted, to be practiced.
Carla Antonaccio, Contesting the Past: Hero Cult, Tomb Cult, and Epic in Early Greece

AAS Molecular Cults are heterogeneous assemblages of possible elements that are performed as improvisations. These elements may be substances (fluids, powders, etc), processes, sounds, materials, or structures. The performances are improvised but not chaotic or random, in the manner of a series of interrelated processual refrains within a defined space and/or timeframe. The temporality for Molecular Cults is multiple, with loops and whorls of elements being sequenced and resequenced so that past, present and future begin to explicitly interact. This is in contrast with the more linear temporality of the Diagram Performances although there is, inevitably some cross-over.