Imagine that you and your partner go for a romantic weekend getaway to a barrier
island—only to discover that once you’re on shore, there are about 758 others just like you who are making, breaking, and rediscovering love—all in 3-D. Charles L. Mee’s Fire Island presents you with just that situation. Staged at 3-Legged Dog Art & Technology Center, this multimedia HD panoramic extravaganza transforms the art space into a tropical paradise and spices it up with some very colorful inhabitants. One hundred and eight artists play lovers of all persuasions: freakish-looking clowns, drag queens, Asian-bondage deviants, really tall small girls (whatever that means), and, of course, some good ol’ old-fashioned old folks. Tuvan throat singer Albert Kuvezin performs some of his popular covers.
Thu., April 10, 8 p.m., 2008