What's on Tonight at Fusebox Festival?
For one thing, snowfall destroys three cars …
By Wayne Alan Brenner,
7:22PM, Sun. Apr. 21, 2013
A what, did you say?
A collection of odd videos from YouTube?
That's precisely what it is: "The lost moments of the day-to-day, the trivial, the strange, the personal, the poetic, that have been uploaded to the greatest archive of moving images ever created."
These are curated and presented (from 8:30-10:30pm this very night) by the team of Zonodon Andersonoceros and Katie Rose Pipkin at that Eastside gallery called Wardenclyffe. The videos are "aggressively hilarious, sometimes sad, and frequently both," and you can watch them in a roomful of arty friends and strangers, and it's free.
Oh, thank you, Fusebox Festival, we love free!
And then, after that, and until the wee hours of the morning send you into a holy-shit-it's-already-Monday tailspin, the Fusebox Party Hub is thrumming along at Gourmands.
We mean, if the weekend must end … at least let it end among creative friends and lively conversation in a place stocked with good food & drinks, eh?
Have at thee, Monday morning! Huzzah!