A film on time and narrative by Christopher Roth with Armen Avanessian Hyperstitional thinking hijacks the present-forming daring interventions into conditions of cybernetic governance that foreclose contingency. Hyperstitions are not imaginary, they are virtual fictions situated in the chaotic unfolding of the Real. Philosophical hyperstitions bring about their own reality. They hold us captive, abducting our thought into alien territories. Techno-heretical action requires an intensification of futurity as the present races speedily toward uncertainty. Hyperstition… [read more »]
Following the murder of an acquaintance from the previous night’s party, a young girl spends 24 hours wandering New York City plagued with visions, wondering if she’s next.
Singer Sky Ferreira, in the central role, is joined by Michael Borne, Chris Wetmore, Whitney Vangrin, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Damien Echols, Liza Thorn, and more. The film—shot by Jason McCormick, a protégé of the late great cinematographer Harris Savides—features an original score was composed by JOHN THE BAPTISTE (John Holland, SALEM), Aaron David Ross (ADR, Gatekeeper), and Matthew Koshak (Starred) and costumes designed and styled by Haley Wollens.