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When it comes to most issues facing the world today, politics can only accomplish so much—and, arguably, most times very little. That’s why choreographer Daniel Mont-Eton—in conjunction with Sugar Space—decided to use the thought-provoking arts to tackle some labyrinthine arguments surrounding environmental issues.

FRACK is designed to augment the green conversation by bringing together artists such as Efren Corado, Erica Womack and Tanja London with a slideshow and discussion led by Zack Pontious. “I believe the arts can shed new light on political and environmental topics,” Mont-Eton says. “Art, performance and film can be so visceral that it allows for a much deeper reaction to be felt from the audience than a lecture could bring about.” There will be an open discussion after the concert, where members of the audience will have the opportunity to engage with the artists about how art can be used to create environmental commentary. (Jacob Stringer)

FRACK @ Sugar Space, 616 E. Wilmington Ave. (2190 South), 888-300-7898, April 20-21, 7:30 p.m., $10-$12.

Date: Apr 20, 2012
Time: 7:30 pm
Phone: 888-300-7898
Address: 616 E Wilmington Ave (2190 South), Salt Lake City, 84106
Where: Sugar Space