Cyber Mary Goes On Tour
In an effort to deflect mounting criticism ("This film has all the historical veracity of a faux-vintage retro chocolate turntable" [East Dorset Faux-Vintage Retro Chocolate Turntable Enthusiast Monthly]), thrupieceorganisation chiefs have sent the cyber avatar of Professor Brian Thrupiece out on the road. Deployed to play the part of Mary - the other Queen of Sorts in the under-fire New Year blockbuster Mary, Queen of Sorts - the ingenious robotic figure is just about the only thing in the film not to leave the critics fuming. ["The cyber Mary robotic device is by some distance the most animated and believable character in the film. Made of advanced high grade metal materials, it leaves its self-evidently low-grade wooden counterparts in its CGI-enhanced digital shade" [Dorset Film Monthly, January 2018]
Cyber Mary takes welcomes visitors to the Edna Whisky McNightly Room of the Threadbone Gallery, Crendell, where she/it takes her/its place alongside publicity materials for the under-fire thrupiecefilm blockbuster Mary, Queen of Sorts.
PR guru and attention deflection expert Miss Direction of the Maurice and Charles MacPro Agency believes that highlighting the technology behind the film in this way is a sound idea. Asked to confirm yesterday whether or not in her view it was a sound idea, she confirmed that it was. "It's a sound idea", she said and we only charged £85,000 ex VAT for it.
The Cyber-Mary techno-tour begins with an exhibition in the Edna Whisky McNightly Room of the Threadbone Gallery, Crendell before touring West Dorset in January in a specially designed ©"pop-up" instant exhibition pod. The pod, designed by renowned pop-up instant exhibition pod designer Podraig Podd, is a "miracle of flexible space engineering which combines state-of-the-art technical facility with high-value ambiance through a special mood-enhancing lighting design". The ©"pop-up" instant exhibition pod itself goes on tour in February in a ©"pop-up" instant exhibition super pod. Podraig Podd is a Fellow of the Royal Dorset Society of Pop-up Pod Engineers (RDSPPE) and has a range of flexible ©"pop-up" instant exhibition pods to suit all occasions and some pockets.
The January edition of Unique Dorset Museums has devoted its cover - and a 12 page story - to the Cyber Mary ©"pop-up" instant exhibition podExhibition. It is, says Museum Magazine watcher Maggie Zeene "either a sign of the exhibition's importance or a reflection of just how little there is to feature in a January edition".