Sara Phinn Huntley is an artist, writer, and researcher whose work has explored the intersection of psychedelics, technology, and philosophy for the past two decades, pushing her understanding into pioneering VR mediums for psychedelic exploration and research.
An intrepid DMT psychonaut and cartographer of hyperspace, her current focus involves using VR to explore representative visual/spatial imagination in real-time, and the subsequent remapping of the brain that occurs.
Her past work has utilized a multimedium and multidisciplinary approach to document and explore the states revealed by dimethyltriptamime and other psychedelics, and cargo cult higher dimensional artifacts through the intersection of chaos mathematics, Islamic geometry, and 3D diagrammatic performance capture.
Her work has been published by the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies, featured in Diana Reed Slattery’s Xenolinguistics and most recently “The Illustrated Field to the DMT Entities” with David Jay Brown (Inner Tradition 2024).
“We are dimensional beings. We do not live on paper, or on screens.”