The film continues on the apocalyptic, futurist epic set up by "Holding On".
There’s a little taste of techno and that dark, pinky light we never want to get close to.
Her newest piece sprints through 5 billion years of history in 20:13 minutes, integrating 3D mapping projection on stage.
For millennia, humans have been wreaking havoc on animals. And now it appears that animals are striking back. So, I interviewed James Donahue, who believes the uptick in animal attacks is an omen to the "end of days."