Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.

Carl Sagan

The Interalia Magazine is dedicated to promoting inquiry into, and open-minded discussion about, the interactions between the arts, sciences and consciousness, regarding each as an open and systematic inquiry into the deep structure of human experience

Its aims are based on the belief that far from being mutually exclusive activities, art, science and consciousness represent different yet complimentary ways of looking at and understanding the world.

Ideas make a difference. We believe in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and the world. People who put ideas into action can inspire the rest of us to go and do the same. We will look for contributions from people whose creative and imaginative thinking and work has expanded our notion of who and what we are.

The editorial impulse of the Interalia Magazine lies in its depth of open inquiry, commitment to interdisciplinary thought, and an emphasis on exploring connections between the arts, sciences and consciousness. An important aspect of the magazine will be to foster news ideas and promote further discussion.

Each issue will be focused on a particular theme. Proposed themes for the first year include – Celebrating the Imagination; Time, Space and Scale; Complexity, Emergence and Information; Identity and the Self; Convergent Territories; Growth and Form; Celebrating the Rational; Educating the Imagination; Alchemy and Metaphor; Contemplating Inner and Outer Space; Transition- towards an Ecozoic Era; and Naturally Creative. Future themes will evolve as further inquiry and discussions are created.

We appreciate the opportunity to consider solicited and unsolicited articles (written and visual), poetry, videos that are resonant with the Interalia Magazine’s focus on art, science and consciousness. See “Submissions’ page for further information.



Richard Bright: Editor


Jessica Beale: Newsletter Editor


General Enquiries: info@interaliacentre.org

The Interalia Magazine is part of The Interalia Centre www.interaliacentre.org