The course The Shamanic Spirit in 21st Century Art, Culture and Technology has started with a group of MSc students and Open Learners. These are screen-shots from the first live webinar with the participation of students (Images of students can't be displayed here).

Art, Culture & Technology  MSc & Open Learning 

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Note: The course is available to Open Learners 

Ephemeral space-time consists of transient interiors and exteriors devoted to spiritual and religious practices, magical and ritualistic activity. Located in different geographic locations, they appear on screen as digital, techno-spiritual units of space-time that fade in and out of view, inviting the fleeting visitors to ponder their remoteness and the mystery of their noetic entanglement.  As a grid, these displaced and unstable sites generate a cybernetic field of consciousness that desires to resonate with wandering minds on the web, beyond the arrow of time, and far away in mythic places and visionary realities. The syncretic field is in constant evolution, sometimes fast and sometimes slow, responding to the rhythms of quantum synchronicities. 

Online Exhibition, here

Dr Lila Moore speaks with Alef Trust director, Dr Jessica Bockler on ‘The Shamanic Spirit in 21st Century Art, Culture and Technology‘, a new course offering from Alef Trust starting in February. To learn more about this open learning online course please visit:

The second installment of digital poems of ritual-magic, celebrating the Pink Full Moon of April 2018. 

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