If you're not sold on the title alone, The Pitch further explains what you're in for:
"It's the artist's first public performance using his Synaklavier instrument, which produces a psychedelic blur of numbers, letters, colors and pitches to induce feelings of synesthesia -- a neurological phenomenon in which stimulation to one of the senses triggers automatic stimulation in another one of the senses. Ever wanted to hear purple or smell seven?"
We always thought Wonder Fair was trying to appeal to the hipster crowd, but this event sounds like it will attract a roomful of hippies strung out on K-2 who honestly believe that great art is simply something that "moves" them as opposed to something to be clinically analyzed but rarely enjoyed.
At first, this all sounded a little too touchy-feely for us, but then we saw this video called "Robot Party" from Anson the Ornery (filmed at KU) and we realized we'll be willing to watch anything this guy does. "Robot love will save the world," indeed! Check it out at this address:
Hey, @BARRR!, how awesome will Monday night's performance be?