Scrying Workshop

Workshop led by Martin Howse in December (18/19)

Theoretical and hands-on Workshop exploring the obscure, crystal and liquid electromagnetic world which surrounds us.

Here the vulgar eye will see nothing but Obscurity and will despair considerably.

Scrying is a technique of divination and revelation, of producing visions, perhaps of the future, through prolonged gaze at an object, usually of crystal or liquid nature. Scrying was famously practiced by the 16th century astronomer, mathematician and alchemist John Dee with the assistance of presumed impostor Edward Kelley, using a mirror of obsidian amongst other devices.

Martin Howse (UK/DE): Independent xxxxx research organisation examines the software real, life and live coding, autodestructive strategy and crash-falsified revelation.

Where: moddr_lab

When: 17, 18, 19th December 2008 (12am-6pm)

Please contact us at workshop [at] moddr [dot] net if you’d like to participate!

To gaze is to look with fixed and prolonged attention, awakened by excited interest or elevated emotion.