The Insylum Center for Genetic Research invites you to witness a controversial experiment that may alter the course of life and humanity as we know it. Three nights only April 23- 25, 2009 The Insylum opens its doors to the public for the unveiling its most recent genetic study Project XXY.
“Project XXY” is the collaborative distinction project of graduating seniors Jeff Marras, Jamie Murzynowski, and Yolanda Royster that brings together this exuberant trio’s creative talents in an extraordinary performance. Presented at the Experimental Movement and Media Arts (EMMA) Lab at The Ohio State University’s Advanced Computing Center for Art and Design (ACCAD), “Project XXY” takes a journey into the inner chambers of insanity, a place where vision is blurred, but movement is clear. Feel your pulse quicken as your mind enters the Insylum Center for Genetic Research.
Pay close attention for you may catch a glimpse of the future of science hidden behind the walls at the Insylum as three new genetic codes are being closely studied by a team of highly unqualified scientists. With these new DNA structures scientists may finally be able to unlock the secrets of life. XXY is among us, but be careful not to invest too much of your mind in decoding its meaning, for life's secrets can induce feelings of extreme euphoria followed by excessive indulgence...
Check out the live web fed tonight April 24 and tomorrow April 25 @ 8pm EST only on http://www.ustream.tv/channel/project-xxy-concert