About This Show
Take the perspective of future archeologists digging through the digital remains of modern culture. What messages of value can we send posterity? Explore the nature of time and our place in it through the conversations of the unconventional, bizarre, free-roaming, fun, irreverent, and thoughtful kind...an auditory psychedelic to get you prepared for living in a wilder future than we can imagine.
Provocative, profound discussions at the intersection of art, science, and philosophy with Michael Garfield, Evan Snyder, and a growing list of awesome guests...
Most Recent Episode
Future Fossils S1:E10 - Anthony Thogmartin & David Krantz
In this special double episode, we're joined by musician-wizards Anthony Thogmartin (Earth Cry, Papadosio) and David Krantz (Futexture, former Moog Synthesizers employee, and director of psychoacoustics at Apeiron Center) in which we all kind of end up interviewing each other and have a conversation about the ordering and disordering of time, completely out of order (introductions halfway through the episode, et cetera) about: - creative process workflow time loops and the difference of looping over minutes or years - artificially intelligent digital simulacra of ourselves, exploring alternate biographies - analog modular synthesis as collaborating with a living creature - random number generators and the ghost in the machine - collective consciousness - tripping with cats and electronics - sensitive instruments detecting invisible realities and scalar waves - synchronizing people with trees, brains with other brains, and other entrainment weirdness - data garden’s midi sprout and using plant vibrations to control robotic servos and welcome vegetable intelligence into human political discourse - the anechoic chamber and psychoacoustic biofeedback programming the human body - video chat telepresence barbershop quartets