What the Bleep

Circuits get bent, Furbys are forced to sing - take that, robotpocalypse


Hot on the (w)heels of this somewhat unsettling article, Church of the Friendly Ghost takes a more user-friendly approach to robotics at Salvage Vanguard Theater on Sunday. The night offers a circuit bending workshop from the folks at Bleep Labs, open to anyone, regardless of level of expertise, as well as a garage sale from Treasure City.

Starting at 9pm, feast your ears on performances by Jano Selector, Furby Youth Choir (imagine a dozen of those creepy things to the right), Eric Archer, and the Space Invader Orchestra, all using recycled or found materials to make music. Starts at 7pm, $5.

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