Expanding Mind

Expanding Mind – Space Music – 04.28.16

April 28, 2016

A conversation with Hearts of Space radio producer Stephen Hill about the rise of contemplative and ambient music, the trouble with the “New Age” tag, the psychology of sonic space, and the business of niche music distribution. www.hos.com

Expanding Mind – Perception Hacking – 04.21.16

April 21, 2016

A chat with journalist Kara Platoni about growing virtual limbs, questioning the cyborgs, and hacking our experience of the world. Kara's new book is We Have the Technology: How Biohackers, Foodies, Physicians, and Scientists are Transforming Human Perception.

Expanding Mind – Dungeons & Dragons & Religion – 04.14.16

April 14, 2016

An inspiring chat with Jeremy Crawford, one of the lead designers of the new edition of the classic role playing game. We discuss identity, the multicultural multiverse, Eastern Orthodoxy, and the sacred absurdity of terrible dice rolls.

Expanding Mind – Big Dreams – 04.07.16

April 7, 2016

A conversation with dream researcher Kelly Bulkeley about big data, the dreaming brain, and keeping the door open for the weird and wonderful. www.kellybukeley.org

Expanding Mind – Data Surveillance – 03.31.16

March 31, 2016

A conversation with author and journalist Andrew Hultkrans about Puritans, predictive profiling, and the problems with social media in the era of Big Data. For a recent article from Hultkrans, read http://artforum.com/diary/id=58416.

Expanding Mind – Future Design Science – 03.24.16

March 24, 2016

A conversation with conceptual artist and experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats about Buckminster Fuller, biomimicry, and making pornography for God. Jonathon's new book is You Belong to the Universe.

Expanding Mind – Neuropsychedelia – 03.10.16

March 10, 2016

A conversation with anthropologist and historian of science Nicolas Langlitz about mystic materialism, the revival of psychedelic research, and the return of perennialism in the age of the brain. http://www.nicolaslanglitz.de

Expanding Mind – Visionary Woman – 03.03.16

March 3, 2016

A conversation with human rights activist, artist, and psychedelic culture crafter Annie Harrison, aka Annie Oak, about her work with the Women's Visionary Congress, the Human Rights Data Analysis Group, and the Full Circle Tea House. visionarycongress.org
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