"Empire Drive-In" is a full-scale drive-in theater made out of wrecked cars and a 40-foot screen constructed of salvaged wood. Audiences climb in and out of cars rescued from the junkyard to watch films projected on the big screen. Low-power radio transmits stereo audio directly to each car. The project created by Brooklyn-based artists Jeff Stark and Todd Chandler invites audiences to participate in a series of questions about car culture, planned obsolescence, and the distinction between public and private space. You can also watch a movie on a really big screen.
Find out more about the project here.
via [Collabcubed] via [Gothamist]