Previous Exhibits: Celebration aufgeboht

This was the final performance of Carnival De Carnitas. Late 2005, Milk of Burgundy in Chicago, CDC had setup a number of self-playing instruments around the basement space. They also had homemade flash pots and strobe lights. All were controlled from the stage. They also had ringers in the audience with a slew of confetti poppers and a case of those little tissue paper wrapped poppers that make a loud crack when thrown on the ground or stepped on. You know hwat we mean, right?

Anyway, once the show started building up the ringers and all the off-stage gear kicked in. It was lots of fun.

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