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Liquid Light and Sound Lounge - POSTPONED

Immerse yourself in the psychedelic sights and sounds of 1969
  • May 2nd 2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Museum
  • $10
  • Your $10 ticket includes admission into the 2020 Special Exhibit and a complimentary drink. Price increases by $5 when purchased at the door.

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For one night only at Bethel Woods, drink, delight, and dance in technicolor!

Bethel Woods opens its 2020 Special Exhibit, Lights, Color, Fashion with sounds and sights inspired by the 1969 San Francisco music scene.  An extravagant liquid light show by Macrodose floods the building with colors and kaleidoscopic patterns, paired with a rare 1960s vinyl DJ set.


About Macrodose:

Visual artists Chris Georges and Gregory Thrasher create psychedelic light shows and projections for bands all over New York City. Using ‘60s techniques updated with modern tools, Macrodose aim to create one of a kind live visuals with liquids, video synthesis and cameras to give concertgoers a synesthetic experience. There are no laptops used and they do not press play, everything is live and manipulated by hand.

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About Macrodose

Chris Georges

Chris (b. 1984) is a visual artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Graduating with BFA in printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006, Chris' works on paper explores the synthesis of high and low brow culture, connecting the dots between Albrecht Durer to "Big Daddy" Roth. His video work continues this theme drawing cues from '60s pop culture, like psychedelia and science fiction movie effects, to '70s video artists, like Nam June Paik and Ed Emshwiller.

Gregory Thrasher

Gregory (b. 1984) is a visual artist, production designer, and musician living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Following in the traditions of Art Brut and Naive art, his work spans several mediums including ceramics, performance, and works on paper. He is also a founder of psychedelic-punk band Chat Logs. His work with Macrodose, is a product of 15 years of collaboration and close friendship with co-founder Chris Georges, and draws from an obsession with '60s psychedelia and environment manipulation. 

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