Dates: April 13 & 14, 2013 Go on a walk with a stranger through an encyclopedic collection of art and artifacts in NYC. This is the third in a seasonal series of dual stranger walks in affiliation with The Walk Exchange and Flux Factory, as part of Flux’s upcoming Fall 2013 exhibition, Untitled (As of Yet).
Flux Factory presents Galactic Drive-In, as part of Empire Drive-In, a month-long series of programming within a full-scale theater made out of wrecked cars as audience seating and a 40-foot screen constructed from salvaged wood.
During Galactic Drive-In, blast into low Earth orbit for a celebration of campy sci-fi, anyone-can-do-it filmmaking, and weapons of mass destruction. Flux Factory’s experienced space flight attendants will guide you through take-off procedures in preparation for the night’s features: Ed Wood’s classic “Plan 9 from Outer Space”, hailed by many as the “worst film in the history of cinema”, and “Hollywood Burn”, Soda_Jerk’s sci-fi copyleft epic more than 10-years in the making. Additionally, Flux Factory will premiere new work using props, costumes, and sets made entirely from reclaimed materials. Prior spaceflight experience not required.
Tickets are $15, $10 for NYSCI members, and can be purchased here.