If we were to tell you about these two twin brothers who make trippy art that takes cues from sacred geometry, Amazonian shamanism, and ancient teachings under the collective name Cosmocto, you might assume we fell asleep watching Star Trek reruns with doobie in hand. Not the case. After an inspirational trip to Peru and a long road trip from Vermont (via New York), artists David and Daniel Frank have “landed” in SA, where they’ve been: jumping on their beds at the Holiday Inn, drooling over SAMA’s Psychedelic show (in which their work totally belongs, by the way), and covering Sala Diaz’s white walls with a dizzying kaleidoscope of work based on personal experiences with entheogenic (as in psychoactive, dude) plant medicines. Free, 7-11pm, Sala Diaz, 517 Stieren, (210) 852-4492.
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