Aleister Crowley, Charles Dawson and Henry Thomas De la Beche:: The Order of the Dawn Man

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Abstract

Aleister Crowley, Charles Dawson and Henry Thomas de la Beche: The Order of the Dawn Man, is a theory-fiction narrative and series of fictioned collaborative prints/paintings “authored” by Aleister Crowley, Charles Dawson (creator of Piltdown Man) and Henry Thomas de la Beche but realised by Pendrell and Pollard. The collaborative prints/paintings occur on top of de la Beche's famous Victorian watercolour "A More Ancient Dorset" activating a supersensible realm within the ancient panorama. Significantly the text was written after the paintings were produced, allowing for the materials and process to guide the text into intuitive unchartered territories and new worlds.
LanguageEnglish
Commissioning bodyUniversity of Brighton
Number of pages40
StateAccepted/In press - 1 Mar 2019
EventASP 4 - ICA, London, United Kingdom
Duration: 9 Dec 20189 Dec 2018
http://www.aspfair.uk/

Fingerprint

Creator
Victorian Era
Fiction
Panorama
Dorset
Watercolour

Keywords

  • Post-colonialism
  • Myth-Science
  • Bad Painting
  • Intuition in Painting
  • speculative futures
  • The Occult
  • Myths
  • dinosaurs
  • Henry Thomas De La Beche
  • Prehistoric Dorset
  • Charles Dawson
  • Piltdown Man
  • Paleo-Art
  • Aleister Crowly
  • Golden Dawn
  • magic
  • Super-Sensual
  • printmaking with painting
  • dawn man
  • hastings
  • dorset

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