and assorted clandestine goings-on. That’s what Bambull Black, the collective of artists Hannah Bull, Dom Bam and Black Cassidy, is after in their homegrown production, Dream Machine 2017
, which this year invited 15 artists to create interactive, tech-inspired and digital installations to anchor the nightlong art party. The crux and namesake of the event is a reimagined Dream Machine
by Noah Wight and Cactus Bath. Much like Gysin’s piece that was popularized by William Burroughs, this version is supposed to simulate an alpha brain-wave state that eventually generates sober hallucinations. “The idea is to give a platform for tech-inspired and digital installation artists,” says Bull about the event.
6 p.m. Saturday. The Grove, 215 Grove. For information, see facebook.com/events/1912306852350893
. $20 to $40.
Imagine a local one-night-only mega-event unifying Day For Night, Santa Fe’s fantastical Meow Wolf, artist Brion Gysin’s hallucinatory