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Psychopomp By Curious Matter
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Curious Matter is pleased to present an exploration of the psychopomp. Featuring the work of 16 artists, curator, Vincent Como, will guide us along this shadowy path. Arriving just before death, then... More > leading the soul to the afterlife is the role of the psychopomp. It is a beneficent spirit, a horrible creature or in various cultures an animal. Birds, fish, dogs and horses are common manifestations. In ancient Greek mythology, Hermes was called upon to bring Persephone back from Hades so that she could spend spring and summer with her mother Demeter. Afterwards, Hermes would usher her return to the underworld. Assigned the task by Zeus, Hermes became the guide of souls to the realm of the dead.< Less
The Song Itself: A Gnostic Remembrance By Yäq Cuartz
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Translated from the Coptic, Pig Latin, Aramaic and Greek by Yäq Cuartz, “The Song Itself” is the memoir of a nameless and sexless messenger whose memory and world are set ablaze by... More > contact with an ancient Gnostic codex. After witnessing the aftermath of a brutal murder ignited by the codex, the protagonist must face a cult of arson-loving linguists, a luthier-psychopomp, an Egyptian alchemist and a Dionysian ghost. Religious, mystical and philosophical elements burn in dreams, conversations and events while the narrator seems to be withholding a ghastly truth. Sacrilegious and controversial, “The Song Itself” is a caffeine ingesting, chain smoking tour through an absurd world that is about to explode into flames.< Less
The Song Itself: A Gnostic Remembrance By Yäq Cuartz
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Translated from the Coptic, Pig Latin, Aramaic and Greek by Yäq Cuartz, “The Song Itself” is the memoir of a nameless and sexless messenger whose memory and world are set ablaze by... More > contact with an ancient Gnostic codex. After witnessing the aftermath of a brutal murder ignited by the codex, the protagonist must face a cult of arson-loving linguists, a luthier-psychopomp, an Egyptian alchemist and a Dionysian ghost. Religious, mystical and philosophical elements burn in dreams, conversations and events while the narrator seems to be withholding a ghastly truth. Sacrilegious and controversial, “The Song Itself” is a caffeine ingesting, chain smoking tour through an absurd world that is about to explode into flames.< Less
The Song Itself: A Gnostic Remembrance By Yäq Cuartz
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Translated from the Coptic, Pig Latin, Aramaic and Greek by Yäq Cuartz, “The Song Itself” is the memoir of a nameless and sexless messenger whose memory and world are set ablaze by... More > contact with an ancient Gnostic codex. After witnessing the aftermath of a brutal murder ignited by the codex, the protagonist must face a cult of arson-loving linguists, a luthier-psychopomp, an Egyptian alchemist and a Dionysian ghost. Religious, mystical and philosophical elements burn in dreams, conversations and events while the narrator seems to be withholding a ghastly truth. Sacrilegious and controversial, “The Song Itself” is a caffeine ingesting, chain smoking tour through an absurd world that is about to explode into flames.< Less

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