Cyberdelics Incubator

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Date(s) - 09 June, 2018 - 10 June, 2018
18:00 - 2:00


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We would like to invite you to our coolest event so far!

We will be hosting an extended reality (virtual reality, mixed reality, and augmented reality) group from London called Cyberdelics Incubator and two Dutch artists: Sander Bos and Julius Horsthuis

We will open the event with the gong and Tibetan Bowls concert. Later, there will be talks, discussion with the creators and showcase of the projects. The tech part will be followed by a party!
This event, together with the Microdosing Symposium is part of the Amsterdam psychedelic weekend.

• 6:00-6:20 pm Cyberdelic Opening Ceremony (Gong and Tibetan bowls concert)
o 6:30 – 10:30 Talks and discussion panel
o 6:30 – 6:50: Carl H. Smith
o 6:50 – 7:10: Jose Montemayor Alba
o 7:10 – 7:30: Batuhan
o 7:30 – 7:50: break
o 7:50 – 8.10: Luciana
o 8:10 – 8:30 Sander Bos
o 8:30 – 8:50 Julius Horsthuis
• 8:50 – 9:50: Experiential Ground
• 9:50 – 10:30: Q&A, Panel session
• 10:30 – 2 am: Experiential Ground and Party (with fire spinners):
o 10:30 – 12:15: M.E.N.U.
o 12:15 – 2:00 Esh

22 EUR online, 25 EUR at the door for both cyberdelic session and a party
10 EUR online, 12 EUR at the door: a party only

More info about the event:
The Cyberdelics Incubator is a jam-packed evening of cyberdelic experiences, perceptual technologies, talks, art, music and a panel discussion. We will investigate the history and origins of
Cyberdelics and a whole range of technologically mediated altered states of consciousness. We will incubate and explore the minds and insights of a range of cybernauts and psychonauts. The incubator will showcase and review how we can collectively create transformative experiences through immersive technologies. With the explosion of hybrid and perceptual technologies such as VR, AR and MR (Mixed Reality), we are extending the possible realities we can reach. The dynamic range of our media needs to expand to capture our subjective experience more accurately. This may allow us to understand ourselves and each other more deeply. The ability to alter our senses and develop entirely new ones provides us with the possibility of creating entirely new forms of experience.
We invite you to contribute to the collective building of new insight into the cyberdelics movement.

Julius Horsthuis (Amsterdam, 1980) is a Visual Artist and Visual Effects Designer.
In 2013, Julius started experimenting with Fractal Environments, creating a unique blend between abstract and cinematic animation. His work quickly gained worldwide recognition, being posted regularly in blogs and news sites such as The Creators Project, Gizmodo, Newsweek and the Vimeo Staff Picks.
For various high-profile projects, Julius collaborated with other visual artists, such as Android Jones (Samskara), Esteban Diácono, and Beeple (Coachella Antarctic).
Musical collaborations include Odesza, Meshuggah, Tigran Hamasyan and Birds of Paradise. Also, his visuals have been used in live shows by Empire of the Sun, and the recently deceased Avicii.
Festival exhibitions include the Geneva International Film Festival, Art Futura Festival, MIRA Digital Arts Festival, SAT symposium Montréal, Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Ruhrtriennale, and many more.

Sander Bos – visonary artist, painter, musician, and reality-engineer, Sander has been exploring the potentials of art to awaken a sense of healing and enlightenment. He explores the role of the shaman as an artistic one and using virtual reality as his medium is seeking to create shamanic healing experiences in digital spaces.

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