Dreamachine 1/0 is Siobhan Coen and Haroon Mirza’s video installation in response to Brion Gysin’s original device.
New documentary Keith Haring: Street Art Boy briefly mentions the influence of cut-ups on Haring’s work.
Hotel Bardo is a film by Stanley Schtinter – a parapsychological summoning of the artist Brion Gysin. Watch clips here.
Harold Chapman lived at the Beat Hotel in Paris, in the 1950s and 60s. While there, he photographed Brion Gysin and other guests.
Dream No Small Dream – 40 Years of the Transvangarde is an exhibition at the October Gallery, London, UK, 11th April – 25th May 2019. It “celebrates the anniversary of 40 years of energetic activity in London with an exhibition of works by some of the Gallery’s major artists, including newly commissioned works. A special […]
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge has been talking about the new book Brion Gysin: His Name Was Master. He says it’s based on stolen tapes. In a recent interview, artist and musician P-Orridge talks about the events that led to the publication of a new book about Brion Gysin. P-Orridge: “Back in the 1980s when I used […]
FLicKeR is a documentary film about the work of artist Brion Gysin and his stroboscopic device the Dreamachine. Watch it here.
Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 – July 13, 1986) was a writer and painter. But what is his art about? Around me I can see walls and curtains and a bed and a computer and a table and clothes. Words allow me to file away my surroundings – I’m convinced that this is normal. But […]