I-Cubed hosts festival of far out visual art at
first interstitial festival Leap Year Day, Feb. 29

Arturo Cubacub’s I-Cubed Hypermedia is hosting a weekend of “something radically different” — the first (international | independent | interstitial) festival to be held over the Leap Year Day weekend, Feb. 29-March 2, at I-Cubed’s River North studio.

“We will be showing a type of imagery and concepts that will be applicable to visual communication,” Arturo says.

“Interstitial means ?between genres,'” says the ever-aspiring Arturo, “and the festival attempts to capture what is interstitial at the moment, knowing that eventually it will be something else to be defined.”

That having been said, the festival will be mostly film, live performances and visual art and conceptual installations that are “free from established genres.”

Defying categorization, the various artistry will be arrayed throughout I-Cubed’s 4,000-sq. ft. of stage and open space and “possibly even on the elevator,” Arturo says.