Thursday, April 13

2487: What Memories Real?




Meme-Riders Nathan Shafer and Shawn Cheatham recently did a show for the Smithsonian Museum of the Cryopunk, entitled "2487: What Memories Real?" This show initiated the Brainfreeze, which is a cryonic neurosuspension device/ ice cream maker, there were three movies made for the show, and liquid nitrogen ice cream was made by a team of DIY soda jerks.

3 Comments:

At 2:20 PM, Blogger Lord Kevin, the Uncanny said...

Where are the pictures for this?

 
At 10:36 AM, Blogger Willard the Cryopunk said...

Sorry, it took a little while to download them from the museum archive. Some of the museum staff are very hard pressed to be helpful, they kept e-mailing me dirty pictures they photoshopped my face into.

 
At 6:17 AM, Blogger Nathan Shafer said...

These pictures look good, Willard. I don't know what to say about this show other than the 'Brain Freeze' neurosuspension device/ice cream maker makes me laugh pretty hard, I imagined 'brain food', like zombies eat, or a sweet that zombies would crave, or if Cuisinart made a cryonic suspension device.

 

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