During the Berlin edition of MIRA Festival 2018, Aïsha Devi premiered the audiovisual performance of her latest LP release, DNA Feelings.
The album is a deep ride into subconscious symbols and ancient knowledge, combining Aïsha’s skills as a classically trained singer with her ear for hauntology and abstract sampling, cyberdelic imagery and a love for the 90s love-unity-and-rave philosophy. The visuals designed by Emile Barret were exploring eerie places and associations of alchemical symbols, articulating a modern language of the sacred.
After the gig we chatted with Aïsha Devi and Emile Barret about the trans-dimensional world laid out through “DNA Feelings” and the empowering vision that inspires it.
“We don’t belong to advertising and we don’t belong to TV, we don’t belong to media, we belong to ritualism and we belong to a kind of collective gathering where we understand what we belong to.”