Tucked away in a secret corner of southeast Austin that was once home to all things “Blue” (Blue Genie Art Industries, a blue Goodwill, the Blue Theatre) is the Museum of Human Achievement, a 7,500-square-foot pier-and-beam warehouse with hardwood floors (it used to be a sex toy factory, they’d like you to know!). Now a multidisciplinary arts venue, the MoHA hosts studio space, gallery shows and immense immersive installations, film screenings, live theatre productions, and musical gigs ranging from hip-hop to the heavily experimental No Idea Festival to One Ounce Opera.
It's cinematic, it's contemplative, it's interactive
. It's a lot of things, but, most importantly, it's a collaboration between visual artist Terri Thomas
and media artist Scott Stark
– and that's all we need to know to recommend this video-enhanced night of three "cycles" that engage "trust, vulnerability, and self-reflexivity within a symbolic playful, consensual, somatic sphere." Fri., Oct. 27, 7pm. Free.