1. IN YOUR CUBE by Larry Carlson


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    Experimental motion picture. Soundtrack and Visions by Larry Carlson, 2011. Check out larrycarlson.com for more of his mind morphing work. ═══☞  CLФSΞ БФΓH ΞУΞS→ ═══☞  ↘↘↘ ↓↓↓↘↘↘…

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    • Staying Connected: in the void


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      Dave Greber is Tripping by Amy Mackie Born in the mid 1970s, I grew up understanding that “tripping” was that thing that happens when one takes LSD or mushrooms or some other type of…

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      • Minkbirds - The Modernless


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        • Shrine - commision from Outfit for Syndrome 3.0


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          An online iteration of Outfit's piece "Shrine", performed at Syndrome 3.0 by Nick Hunt. This post-religious guided meditation is created using ritual phrases from google autocomplete.…

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          • LTG Episode 19: K-19


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            Vote for us please * SA Blog Awards o http://website.sablogawards.com/2010/nominate?blog=www.letstalkgeek.net&category=15 Random * 19 is the command in Age of Empires for…

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            • Solitude - Short Film


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              A college student seeks solitude with the help of digital drugs.

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              • iDoser - Does It Really Work?


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                Asylum.com correspondent Oliver Noble investigates the fad of aural drugs to see if they really work.

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                • The Embalmer


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                  A short fiction film following a creator of 'digital drugs' as he tries to escape a DEA investigation. Produced for Prague Film School, 2011, by Sarthak Johar.

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