'Op. Series' were an array of binaural data, hyper-ritual signals, art-zip therapy talks and experimental audio poems. Curated and produced by the directors of the Amanita Foundation, the series, consisting of 69 episodes were perceived as pseudoscience when they first came out in 2007.
The Amanita Foundation (found circa 1978) was a British techno-occultist multi layered organisation with public and covert operations worldwide. Very little is known about the Amanita Foundation because they were extremely secretive in every aspect of their actions but they were mainly known to act as a nomadic technoculture performance space, working with va
The word cyberspace today often denotes the Internet. William Gibson coined the word in his cyberpunk novels to mean a three-dimensional, graphical representation of the global computer network accessed via brain-computer interfaces called “cyberdecks” or just “decks,” which transport the minds of their users to:
[…] bright lattices of logic unfolding across that colorless void… the bright walls of corporate systems, opening windows into rich fields of data. […] A consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators, in every nation, by children being taught mathematical con