Event: Infinity + Infinity

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One of the hardest working mama musicians in this town, Elizabeth McQueen, is at it again. We’ve had her as a performer for the showcases we have put on during SXSW with Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child. We’ve seen her perform as part of the Soul of a Musician Series. We’ve listened to her DJ on KUTX. I assume she sleeps, but I’m not sure quite when that happens.

She’s done, among other genres, jazz, country and rock and roll, and now she is venturing into new territory yet again. Elizabeth’s planning an interactive art installation called Infinity + Infinity. She will be joined by guitarist Lauren Gurgiolo and multi-instrumentalist Lindsay Greene on a set designed and built by visual artist Jerome Morrison. The band will be debuting a set of songs about the joys, ambivalences and heartaches of long-term commitment while the audience creates pseudoholographic visuals with their bodies. You can either attend with adults or bring along your kids. On Sunday, March 8th, the band will host a special kid-friendly playdate so the little ones can interact with the pseudoholographic structures.

Elizabeth concedes that it’s a little hard to describe in words, so here’s a video from last year’s Holiday Stroll to give you an idea of what’s in store.

PsiPlay : Holiday Stroll: Austin, Texas: Dec 6, 2014 from Elizabeth McQueen on Vimeo.

If you want to see more, here’s another clip.


When: March 5th, 7 & 9pmAdvertisement March 6th, 7 & 9pm
March 7th, 7 & 9pm
March 8th, 10am – special kid-friendly playdate

Due to the freakishly cold Austin weather, the show has been rescheduled to:

April 30th, 7 & 9pm
May 1st, 7 & 9pm

Elizabeth and her crew will be bringing an interactive hologram and wall projection to the Thinkery for Community Night on April 1st.

Where: The Museum of Human Achievement (address is not public, but will be made available when you purchase your ticket), Austin

Cost: $10

Buy Tickets Here

About Nicole Basham 793 Articles
A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau's words, her mission is to "suck out all the marrow of life", or in her son's words, to cultivate in him a love of "advenchers".

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