1995 Suzanne Treister created the fictional alter ego Rosalind
Brodsky, a delusional time traveller who believes herself to be
working at the Institute of Militronics and Advanced Time Interventionality
(IMATI) in the twenty-first century.
of drawings, interventions, a film, a website, a book and an event,
HEXEN2039 charts Brodsky's para-scientific research towards the
development of new mind control technologies for the British Military.
2039 uncovers/constructs links between conspiracy theories, occult
groups, Chernobyl, witchcraft, the US film industry, British Intelligence
agencies, Soviet brainwashing, behaviour control experiments of
the US Army and recent practices of its Civil Affairs and Psychological
Operations Command (PSYOP), in light of alarming new research
in contemporary neuroscience.
2039 was originally shown across 5 London venues in 2006 including
Chelsea Space, the Science Museum, the Warburg Institute, the
British Museum, the Goethe Institute and Ognisko Polskie.
HEXEN 2039 was later shown around the UK and internationally in
space Drawings, Archives
Museum Intervention - Cabinet
H30, 5th Floor
1 / 6, Enlightenment: Religion and Ritual, case 20 (Magic, Mystery
Screening (HEXEN2039 movie info)
New Art Gallery Walsall, UK Drawings, Archives,
Skolska 28 Prague,
Czech Republic Wall Drawings, Archives,
Langenhagen, Germany Large Drawings,
links to other HEXEN 2039 venues:
Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Arte do SESI, Sao Paulo, Brazil
and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
San Francisco, USA
2039 new military-occult technologies for psychological warfare'
Black Dog Publishing