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 Technoetic Film Rites by Lila Moore, Conjuring Creativity,   Fylkingen, 23rd October, 2022
Lila Moore, Technoetic Film Rites

Technoetic Film Rites consists of astral projections and double consciousness born of scrying in the cyber-ether, and commuting via mini wormholes in the dark matter of consciousness. It unfolds the oracle of moon_files, a daimon dancer seeking technological manifestations and hybrid love.


The visual filmic narrative arises from women’s dark and silent, ancient and remote presence. It represents a radical aesthetic stance, social and cultural resistance to types of oppression we are so accustomed to that we hardly recognise them. The piece is informed by Maya Deren’s ritualistic form in film and art and inspired by Moina Mathers’ scrying and astral projection techniques.


Mediums & aesthetics: screen-dance, art film, networked-rites, cyber-performance.


The presentation is part of Conjuring Creativity @ Fylkingen in Stockholm, 23rd October, 2022.


The event is curated and produced by Geraldine Hudson with Dr. Christian Giudice.


In this presentation, Lila Moore talks about her body of works, showing images and films and the intersection of art and esoteric, magickal practice.


ONJURING CREATIVITY, ART & THE ESOTERIC #2 – NAVIGATING THE ANTHROPOCENE


The Event


W E E K E N D S C H E D U L E


Friday – Opening Reception 6 -10pm


Viviana Druga (opening ritual)


Julia Adzuki – Ashes to Ashes




Saturday


Freyja Eilíf Draumland – The Artist as a medium: Clairvoyant timeline drawings offered throughout the event


10 am -1pm The future is the past is the future


Dr Jenny Butler – Confluences and Divergences: Where Folklore Meets Esotericism in the Work of WB Yeats and Æ


Helen Bremm – Leonora Carrington, Alchemy and an Ecocentric Model of Art Making


Dr Sasha Chaitow – Κατά τον δαίμονα εαυτού: Reshaping Hellenism without the Greeks


Dr Nina Kokkinen – Questioning the Seekers. Reflecting the Esoteric in Art from the late 19th Century to the Present


lunch 1-2 pm