Tuesday, 3 June 2014

First Pictures from Meta.Morf Here to Go II Conference in Trondheim, Norway

Norway first pictures

June 3, 2014
These are the first pictures from the Here to Go II conference in Trondheim Norway, part of the 2014 Meta.Morf  bienalle. This was an important occultural moment, which gave us the opportunity to present our work in an international event and which drew together some of the luminaries and founders of industrial music and occulture, respected academics and the next generation of practitioners and performers.
A full write up will follow, and video documentation is also promised but for now we wanted to share some images from the event.
Our thanks to our Norwegian hosts who made us all so welcome, and to the people of Trondheim and beyond who came to participate.

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Alkistis Dimech prepares for her butoh performance Volant

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Stone head on the specatacular Trondheim cathedral.


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Dr Jesper Aagard Peterson giving a lively talk on operation mindfuck: viking edition

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Alkistis Dimech butoh performance with Industrial Music founder Z’EV



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Alkistis in Trondheim before the conference begins

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Alkistis performs her butoh dance Volant

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Meta.Morf in the wild, great work from the publicity team with posters all over the city.



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The limited edition of Here to Go II, a record of all the presentations.

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Alkistis Dimech prepares to give her presentation, The Sabbatic Dance: Butoh’s interior landscape and the terrain of Witchcraft
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Martin Palmer, conference organiser and superb host

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Alkistis Dimech and artist Angela Edwards

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Occultural legend and renaissance man, Carl Abrahamsson presenting on Paul Bowles, a vital influence on Brion Gysin and William Burroughs

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Z’EV giving a fascinating presentation on The 3-Fold Ear and the Energies of Enthusiasm



We look forward to sharing the footage with you of both the performances and presentations.

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