In this episode, Joe Moore interviews Sawyer Hurwitz: filmmaker, producer, editor, and augmented reality collage artist who releases animated art under the name, “Psychotronic Solutions.” He discusses his past of feeling almost addicted to LSD exploration; his art and how LSD helped him overcome the classic artist’s “I’m not good enough” paradigm; Sarajoy Marsh’s Trauma-informed, Brain-sensitive Yoga being used in prisons; psychedelics and creativity; Nietzsche’s notion of Apollonian and Dionysian forces; entropy and negentropy; the relationship between psychological unwinding and sexuality and his realization (during a psychedelic experience) that he was queer; and how artists can differentiate themselves in a world where art is more readily available than ever. He also briefly discusses (more to come later) our new TV show, “Psychedelics Tonight”; a series of 30-minute episodes exploring lesser-explored psychedelic compounds, presented through ALTRD.TV (he’s the director and lead editor). Episode 1, “Investigating Iboga – The African Plant with Sacred Roots” premiered last night, and a new episode will air each Monday through October at 6 p.m. PST. To watch, click the link in our bio or head to ALTRD.TV and search for Psychedelics Tonight
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