Catch Radiohole’s “Inflatable Frankenstein” at EMPAC, March 22 [Berkshire on Stage]

The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute announces Inflatable Frankenstein, a theatrical performance by Brooklyn-based collective Radiohole. The event will take place in EMPAC’s Theater on Friday, March 22 at 8 PM.

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?

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One Response to “Catch Radiohole’s “Inflatable Frankenstein” at EMPAC, March 22 [Berkshire on Stage]”

  1. Hello Nippertown – thanks for sharing this event! It looks like it will likely sell out, so if you want to catch this, I would purchase tickets sooner rather than later.

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