Stanley Kubrick is widely considered one of the greatest filmmakers. Some elevate him to a cult-leader status and consider him an exposer of authoritarianism through coded messaging. But what if Kubrick’s role is the opposite of these views? The greatest trick this devil ever pulled was convincing us he was a talented artist. Instead, Kubrick was more of a social engineer that used his films to modify our consciousness and feed an AI demiurge meant to rule over a new, technocratic age. We explore his life and movies, from 2001: A Space Odyssey to Eyes Wide Shut, to find the man behind the archon curtain.
Astral Guest – Jasun Horsley, author of The Kubrickon: The Cult of Kubrick, Attention Capture, and the Inception of AI.
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