The Rave Cave of Psychotropic Nightmares
The Rave Cave of Psychotropic Nightmares, a post-apocalyptic immersive art installation, will be brought to life for the Brisbane Festival.
September 02, 2012
The Rave Cave of Psychotropic Nightmares is an immersive art installation, built to resemble somewhat of a do-it-yourself, post-apocalyptic environment, built by garden gnomes. A dreamlike world that will be brought to life for the Brisbane Festival.
Melbourne's A.C.A.B Collective, Ben Johanson, Zinzi Kennedy, Gina Cuntstruct and Rowan Moyle, will be bringing the work to life "out the back" of the Metro Arts Complex.
The work itself will grow and morph throughout the Festival, utilizing different media and found objects to "map the psychosis of a throwaway society". Viewers will be able to interact with the work, moving about the installation to discover zones of light and sound. It is a free event, and so will be worth your while to visit more often for alternative experiences.
No matter your taste or perspective, there is sure to be something for everyone in the Rave Cave.
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