[NetBehaviour] The Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit.
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Mon Aug 15 18:39:01 CEST 2011
The Suffolk Psychogeophysics Summit.
An intense week-long series of interventions, field trips, open workshops and evening discussions led by international artists and researchers exploring the Suffolk countryside through the interdisciplinary lens of psychogeophysics, defined as the combining of psychogeographic techniques (methods of wandering) with the study of geophysical traces (geophysical archaeology, the revealing of place).
Open events within the week include practical workshops in building simple geophysical measurement devices from recycled materials, the construction of ghost detectors to be tested on the streets of Ipswich and experiments within high voltage photography of rocks and minerals. Fieldtrips will build on discussions and techniques established during these workshops, undertaking studies at specific Suffolk locations of interest (such as Rendlesham forest, Bawdsey Manor, Orford Ness); the measurement and mapping of qualitative psychic, physical and geophysical data.
A call is thus issued for psychogeophysickers to join the Summit and to propose activities and ideas which can be explored collectively within this frame. Potential imagined activities and research proposals could cover:
UFO conspiracy and the black planet, spectres or “only the earth”, remote viewing, Zebra, electromagnetic mind control, contemporary geomancy, antennae/transmission and ley-lines, data farming, amateur military industrial complexing, crypto-forestation, earth substrate excitations and emotional response, vectors of memory and future sites of execution, VALIS, strategic underground observatories, cobra mist and noise
Please send a short statement of intent tom at 1010.co.uk by 20th August 2011
Support is offered for selected projects.
Partners include Arts Council England, openmute.org and CSV Ipswich.
For further details see:http://www.psychogeophysics.org/wiki/doku.php?id=summit2011:description
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