Final 2018 Report

Another cycle ends. Past deeds were mentioned in past reports. On t is a long-form audio interview with From Corners Unknown. A unique chance to hear my voice and get some insights about my work, where it comes from and where it’s going. You can also catch new reviews of URF’s Palinodie (Anticinéma) on From Corners Unknown and Mes enceintes font défaut.

A piece of Flesh Intolerance is also part of a collective exhibition at Soundcentral in Montreal. It’s on until the end of December.

Otherwise, a few projects are in the pipeline for 2019. As I’ve mentioned a few times this year I intend to focus on a project I had in mind for a long time; focusing on poisonous interactive interfaces. If curious, you can look at my Instagram for some visual prototypes.

 

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New Un regard froid compositions are in the work. Tentative title is “Accélération”. The inspiration behind couldn’t be more obvious. Also trying to sell Drug Porn as a video installation to art galleries. I wouldn’t bet on it but…

Until then, here’s a few things I’ve enjoyed recently you might also find of interest.

Darkwood by Acid Wizard
MC Holocaust
The House That Jack Built by Lars von Trier
Grimes – We Appreciate Power
Gesaffeltein – Reset
Chronosis : Exordium by Reza Negarestani and Keith Tilford
Until the End of the World by Wim Wenders
Laibach – The Sound of Music
Mysticum live set at Messe des morts
最初の災害 by Arkthinn
SOMA
Haunted Cities Vol. 3 by Kitty Horrorshow
City Hunter – Deep Blood
AAA Games: Data Mutations and Dystropicana
Applied Ballardianism by Simon Sellars
Moderan by David R. Bunch
Furthest Reach by Modus Interactive
Sanctified As A Vessel For The World’s End by Mind & Flesh
Agonal Lust – Modern Atrocities
Channel Zero Season 4
Magenta by Anenzephalia
Ok/Normal by 98Demake
0_abyssalSomewhere by Nonoise
Kentucky Route Zero
Engineering the World, Crafting the Mind. A conversation with Reza Negarestani on Nero
Hermitix podcasts