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Coil's music is in a state of constant flux, ranging from the subtly inductive to the abrasive and confrontational, through some catchy pop and dance tracks.
Their first record, 1984's How to Destroy Angels, was a 20 minute ritual workout for gongs and bullroarers, aimed at the "accumulation of male sexual energy".
She is also an Institute Fellow at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
During her Media Innovation Fellowship, Emma will create a new book, ”Wild Souls: What We Owe Animals in an Age of Humans.” The book, along with associated magazine features and podcast episodes, will answer one of the most pressing ethical issues of our time: What is the right relationship between people and wild animals?
His project will develop an open-source tool with a double purpose: first, to assist communicators in their data research by acting as an always-available editor against whom they can bounce ideas, and second, to simplify the production of low-complexity, data-driven visual stories.
Emma Marris is an environmental writer for National Geographic, Wired, the New York Times, Outside and many other outlets.
Recently Coil have tapped a rich new vein of inspired productivity, and have performed live for the first time since the early 1980s.
In her personal work, she often looks into her homeland — the Arctic — discovering and capturing the remote worlds and people who inhabit them.
Evgenia’s Media Innovation Fellowship project will document how people who inhabit the coastal stretch of land along the Northern Sea Route in Russia live through the current political, economic and climate changes.
JB: I don't know, it didn't feel like an electrical transmission at all, it felt very fluid. I'm interested in that though, Burroughs was also very interested in it. I've always been into magic, with Crowley's 'k', and studied it - I tried to buy stuff by Crowley when I was young, but my parents absolutely refused to have anything to do with it and actively discouraged me. I was at school with the son of David Tomlinson, who was in Bedknobs and Broomsticks (a Disney comedy about witches).
It could have been something earthbound, rather than extraterrestrial. It's a bit like people who pick radio waves up through fillings in their teeth, and they can. I wrote to Alex Sanders (King of the Witches), when I was 14, and he wrote back to me saying thanks for writing, I'm very pleased that you want to do this, but can you write back when you're 18. I used to worship the moon too, I'd encourage other boys at school to do it to. The two of us were taught astral projection by a teacher and there was a scandal because they thought there was some homosexual relationship going on with the three of us, but there wasn't.