Amodali is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and writer who has produced an extensive body of work over 25 years, dedicated to exploring the Babalon/156 sex-magical current. She has initiated extensive research into the magical relationships between sound, movement, linguistics, magnetic-etheric trance mechanisms, and sexuality and how these relate to female occult anatomy. Early musical output in the post-punk, experimental, electronic underground music scene includes an album featuring her vocals and keyboards on Factory records with the ‘Royal Family and the Poor’ (FACT140). She is most often associated with ‘Mother Destruction’, a ten-year ritual music/ performance project created with Patrick Leagas of 6 Comm. Mother Destruction recorded a large catalogue of musical works and toured extensively throughout Europe between 1990-2000.
Since 2000 Amodali has performed in Europe and the U.S. as a solo artist.
Formal training in the visual arts was at the Liverpool School of Art, from which Amodali progressed to become a lecturer in Graphic Design in the U.K. Her Graphics/Illustration work can be seen in projects such as Liber Incarnadine and in commissions such as the cover of Dreamflesh Journal. Amodali has begun to show artwork in recent years, submitting pieces to the Esoteric Book Conference in Seattle in 2011 and Magical Arte. St Augustines Tower. London. in 2013.
Many side projects include, soundtrack material written and recorded for ‘Claire Obscure’, a film by Madmoiselle L/Limonadeart which was screened at international short film festivals in France, Canada, Singapore and the U.S
Amodali lectures on subjects relating to the magic of Babalon, and has given talks on the magical, phenomenological aspects of the 156 current at the ‘Ecology, Cosmos and Consciousness’ lecture series at the October Gallery, London. 2013 and at the EBC 2014. An extensive synthesis of her magical practice, THE MARKS OF TETH, is due to be published by THREE HANDS PRESS in 2016.
Amodali will be resuming live musical performances as a solo artist in 2017.