Invisibledrum is a platform for artists and researchers that focuses on contemporary views of animistic practices within transdisciplinary fields of knowledge such as art, technology, psychology, cognitive science, spiritual studies, speculative design, archaeology and anthropology amongst others. Invisibledrum aims for opening
Invisibledrum takes the format of happenings, poetic gestures, symposium and gatherings with a focus on non-hierarchical structures as a potential ‘nonplace’ for collaboration and co-creation. A platform that aims to contribute and exchange knowledge and methodologies through art events, symposiums, writings and workshops.
We approach languages found in feminist practices, to create strategies for decolonization of cognitive and somatic sensory systems, active imagination and perception. An important area of our interest and research lies in the roles and functions of technology within ancient holistic thinking. How and what kinds of technologies were used in practices of ritual, healing
Invisibledrum approaches to correlations between art, technology and sensual experience via
Established in 2018 in
Amalia Fonfara (Greenland) is an artist, healer and shamanic practitioner based in Trondheim. She holds
Nazare Soares (Spain) is an artist, resercher and curator investigating notions of Interior Cinema and topographies of imagination. Her study When the Spell is Broken, from 2014 and onwards, is developed from her interest in systems of interconnectivity, mediation and translation processes within ontologies of the cinematic space, how this coexist with body, language, landscape and (in)visible architecture. Her practice interweaves, technology, cinema, speculative design and performance arts, producing spaces for ritual and purification means. Granted a Masters Degree in Fine Art from Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2017. She graduated from Brighton University with a First-class degree in Moving Image Arts in 2014; as part of this course, she spent three months studying in Ramallah at the Academy of Art of Palestine. She spent a year from 2006 living and working in Tokyo, after which she moved to UK where in 2010 she received The Ideas Taps and Magnum Photography Award. Currently, she is a curator at Fracto Avant-garde Film Encounter at ACUD Macht neu in Berlin and she is a co-founder of Invisibledrum artist association based in Norway, a platform investigating interrelationships and interconnections within technology, art, and animistic systems in contemporary society.