Drawing's closed! Winner's been emailed!
Inspired by meditations on horror films, the work of Antonin Artaud, and Ardunio open-source electronics, Radiohole's Inflatable Frankenstein is a visually and sonically driven performance based on Mary Shelley's early life and her novel Frankenstein.
Arising from a world of gods and monsters (and thousands of Walmart and Price Chopper grocery bags) is a desecration too terrible to behold and too beautiful to turn away from, leading to an improbable question: what is it like to be a metaphor for everything?
We have two tickets to the performance, and we're giving them away. To enter the drawing, please answer this question in the comments:
If, somewhat like Victor Frankenstein, you were creating something for the Capital Region from different parts, what would it be?
We'll draw one winner at random.
Though it won't help you in the drawing, you'll get unofficial honorary bonus points for also exclaiming, "It's alive!" (Incidentally, Frankenstein never says that about the Creature in Shelley's book, but this isn't a literature class, so we won't let that hold us back.)
Inflatable Frankenstein is Friday at 8 pm at EMPAC. Tickets are $18 each.
Important: All comments must be submitted by 10 am on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 to be entered in the drawing. You must answer the question to be part of the drawing. (Normal commenting guidelines apply.) One entry per person, please. You must enter a valid email address (that you check regularly) with your comment. The winner will be notified via email by noon on Wednesday and must respond by 8 pm that day.
photo: Paula Court
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