To know what is paranormal, we must know what is normal, and there is still much to understand between place, person, mind, memory and magnetism.
Drew Mulholland is an artist that uses light and sound to explore our sensory links with extraordinary places, such as neolithic chambers and burial sites. For those anomalists and researchers who believe that the Schumann Resonance and the research of Vic Tandy have much to teach us, Drew’s practice will resonate.
His presentation will be of special interest to those with a fascination for Earth Mysteries, Psychical Research and the growing field of Psychogeography.
Drew Mulholland is an Honorary Research Fellow with the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences and Honorary Research Associate in the School of Physics and Astronomy, and a Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).
Drew specialises in sound and psychogeography and is also composer-in-residence in both the School of GES and Physics and Astronomy.
His recent compositions have included a performance for a “laser harp” – a harp played by blocking laser beams rather than plucking strings that was designed by staff and students in the physics and astrophysics department.
Drew’s talk will take place as part of the SSPR Lecture Programme on Thursday the 21st of February, at 7.30 in The Glasgow Theosophical Society building, 17 Queens Crescent, Glasgow, G4 9BL.
SSPR Members £1; Visitors £5 – and ALL ARE MOST WELCOME!