Welcome to Radio Mega Golem: a transmission for and from the Mega Golem – the artwork created by Carl Abrahamsson in 2009, and which has since been partially added to by a number of other artists. For more background information about the Mega Golem project, please read:
Carl Abrahamsson: Reasonances (Scarlet Imprint, 2014)
Carl Abrahamsson: Occulture – The Unseen Forces That Drive Culture Forward (Park Street Press, 2018)
As other artworks constitute specific parts of the Mega Golem, this radio project and the particular episodes constitute its blissful moments of paroxysmic pleasure that human beings usually associate with their procreative urges.
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A new episode in the life of the Mega Golem.
”A dear one’s passing is the actual mind of the Mega Golem.”
Invisible Guest of Radio Mega Golem this evening was Peter Beard, whose palimpsestic imprint on the fabric of consensus reality is now and forever irrevocable.
EPISODE 2: ”History Is A Composite Genome”
This particular episode is full of history. How and why did I give birth to the Mega Golem? What happened? Who contributed to its psycho-biological construction, and where are we at today? If history is nothing but a composite genome, how will our conscious interactions in the study of the Mega Golem play out? Are we in fact creating a self-sustaining feedback loop in which the Mega Golem is now already constructing us?
”A dear one’s passing is a new sense of direction for the Mega Golem.”
Guest of Radio Mega Golem this evening was Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, with poetic expressions from the album ”Loyalty Does Not End With Death” released on Ideal Recordings. If you want to support Radio Mega Golem and/or Mega Golem Incorporated, please join our patrons at www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl.
This episode is dedicated to the living and loving memory of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (1950-2020).