Alexandre Honey completed his B.A. in Oriental Studies at Pembroke College, Oxford in 2016 with a thesis concentrating on the emergence of early electronic music in the context of the Cold War.
He is interested in utopian thinking within the intellectual and cultural history of modernism. More precise areas include: life as art, visual culture, experimental music, psychoanalysis, mysticism, thing theory, spiritual materialism, aesthetics of science, utopian architecture, anti-psychiatry, and metalanguage.
In the summer of 2017, Alex will be embarking on a funded trip to Japan to create a short film about the utopian agrarian commune ‘New Village’ (新しき村). He welcomes creative collaborations of any kind.