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March 1, 1992 | HUNTER DROHOJOWSKA, Hunter Drohojowska is chair, department of liberal arts and sciences, Otis/Parsons School of Art & Design
Multicolored laser lights raked the cold mist produced by an invisible fog machine. Backstage at a Megadeth concert? No, it was the opening-night party for the Museum of Contemporary Art's exhibition "Helter Skelter." The grinding pump of industrial music by Ethyl Meatplow and the hundreds of people still lined up to get in at 10 p.m. reinforced the feeling that this was less about high art than raving rock 'n' roll.
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March 1, 1992 | HUNTER DROHOJOWSKA, Hunter Drohojowska is chair, department of liberal arts and sciences, Otis/Parsons School of Art & Design
Multicolored laser lights raked the cold mist produced by an invisible fog machine. Backstage at a Megadeth concert? No, it was the opening-night party for the Museum of Contemporary Art's exhibition "Helter Skelter." The grinding pump of industrial music by Ethyl Meatplow and the hundreds of people still lined up to get in at 10 p.m. reinforced the feeling that this was less about high art than raving rock 'n' roll.
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