A Frigid Silent Disco: Like in your refrigerator Dancing Disco
Its cold out side as winter finally hits NY, D.C., Baltimore with a blizzard called Jonas but meanwhile in another polar north Anchorage artist Buck Walsky re-created his Burning Man art installation on the front lawn of the Anchorage Museum last week. DJ Alex the Lion played music that was wirelessly transmitted to 200 headphones that people could rent for the evening to dance. To a passerby, the event looks like an odd miming performance with people shuffling around in frigid temperatures under sea-creature-like blue lights.
It was a surreal and joyful event to celebrate winter, sponsored by Polar Nights at the Anchorage Museum.
*What is a Silent Disco? It’s an event where people dance to music listened to on wireless headphones. Those without the headphones hear no music, giving the effect of a room full of people dancing to nothing.
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“Shhh… Silent Disco in progress!”