Dr. Lila Moore
Artist film-maker, Screen Choreographer, Networked Performance and Ritual Practitioner. Lecturer and Theorist.
Academic adviser for PAEAN Online conference
Dr Lila Moore is the founder of the Cybernetic Futures Inst., a networked platform and online academy for the study and research of technoetic arts, consciousness and the spiritual in art and film.
Lecturer in the following academic courses: Spiritual Cinema, Religion and Spirituality in Film and New Media, Film and Ritual, The Spiritual in Art, Department of Mysticism and Spirituality, BA programme, Zefat Academic College, 2013- 2017
Spiritual Cinema, MA in Spirituality , 2017
Choreography and Ritual for the Screen, BA in Movement and Choreography for the Screen, 2017
Networked Education and Courses, forthcoming
Recent academic article on Ritual Consciousness, here.
New academic papers and forthcoming articles:
'The Transcendent Double Selfie App', Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art and Science, Ionian University, Corfu, Greece, May, 2017
'Networked and Compassionate Eco-Noetic Environments - Art, Technology Design and Education Beyond Utopia, 'The World in 2050: Creating/Imagining Just Climate Futures, A Nearly Carbon-Neutral Conference, The University of California, Santa Barbara. October 24 to November 14, 2016 Link to the video lecture, here. Link to the transcript and references, here.
'Techno-Spiritual Horizons: Compassionate Networked Art Forms and Noetic Fields of Cyborg Body and Consciousness,' Consciousness Reframed , Art & Consciousness, De Tao Masters Academy, Plymouth University, Shanghai, China, November, 2016 (Forthcoming article)
2014 -2015, Post-Doctoral project as Advanced Research Associate of the Planetary Collegium, Plymouth University, Recipient of the I-Node of Planetary Collegium post-doctoral grant for 2015
Title of Research: The Cybernetic Institute – a networked platform for the exploration of technoetic arts, consciousness and the spiritual in art
2004-2006, Associate Research Fellow, Centre for Postsecular Studies, Department of Art, Media and Design, London Metropolitan University
Title of Research: Film and the Spiritual, collaborative research project.
2001, Practice-based PhD in Dance on Screen, Middlesex University, London
Thesis: "Dance on Screen" in the context of Dance for the Camera, modern and contemporary art, and experimental film and video with special reference to mythical journeys.