Arts commune Rhinoceropolis turned into a wonderland of video, performance, music and art landscapes over the weekend for the two-day Fantasia festival. Fifty years ago they called this sort of thing a "happening," and photographer Brandon Marshall was there to catch all that happened. Here's a taste; if you like the flavors, check out the full slide show.
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