Monday, November 29, 2010

The Core issue 66 release event and Iao Core: “Live on the Pharm” CD Listening Party

Metaversal Media presents on Friday December 3
The Core issue 66 release event and
Iao Core: “Live on the Pharm” CD Listening Party

They are here. The Winter 2010 copies of the 66th issue of The Core. These gorgeous, hand made, investment quality art zines are limited to 200 copies of each issue. Each mag has a painting of an Enochian Angel by yours truly, Johannes Ayres, as it's back cover, so this will be the last time all 200 paintings can be viewed at the same time and anyone interested in picking out the painting they want gracing the back of their copy can do so.. This issue features : the Coming Insurrection (the infamous manifesto in it’s entirety, The Secret History of Oil, interviews with Siouxsie Sioux , Peter Carrol, and Alejandro Jawdorosky, Iao Core News, as well as a free CD of Iao Core’s live performance at Heather Farms Park in Walnut Creek this summer.

Friday evening, I will show you the process of production of the Enochian Angel Paintings, and you can view all 200 before they catch the four winds, and be the first to hear the new Iao Core CD (it's awesome). Celebrity guests will read excerpts from this issue, and Cash Hose will give a slide presentation/lecture on his recent trip to the Abyss …Will there be fireworks? No, there will not be fireworks, but there’s a young Christian girl (a bastard daughter of yours, if Reverend Glitch is to be believed) who will read from the Core for tips and cheese. You needn’t dress in any but the most perfunctory manner nor bring any crickets (there will be plenty of those!) and I myself will be wearing but a thin military camisole from the pelvic region upwards and may be toting a gecko or two.

This event is free of charge and will take place from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Historic Merritt Lodge, 2332 Harrisson in Oakland, California, which may or may not be the arsehole of the universe, but one thing is certain: Art of this almost other-worldly nature could not be created within the confines of the civilized world. It is Art that pleads a kind of lost divine madness a its guiding inspiration. the center will make itself known to those who will be a part of it there and who will find their way there and those who are to be a part of it in another location will also respond to the gravitational pull of Love in evolution, embracing the death of the false, for the endless perpetuation of the real, via the mysterious process of change, which is the dance performed by that which is immortal in us …and is the perceptible part of the divine in demonstration of it.