Sunday April 29th 2012
|Where||Machine Project - 1200 D North Alvarado - Los Angeles, CA|
|Time||8:00 PM - |
|Event Page Link||Event Page|
||“I think we’re alone now/ There doesn’t seem to be anyone around” – Tiffany|
Gone are the days of blissful suburban wandering, shopping, and hanging out in the well-lit corridors and food courts of our past. Come mourn the great american shopping mall – an increasingly irrelevant space in an age of Big Box stores and economic angst.
Claire Cronin and Stephen Van Dyck will pay tribute to these dead, abandoned malls through a performance of 80′s pop hits redone as dirges, with a corresponding sound installation.
Existing to encourage the heroic experiments of the gracefully over-ambitious, Machine Project presents workshops, events, installations and performances on a semi-regular basis.
Machine is located at 1200 D North Alvarado Street, just north of Sunset. For more information email email@example.com, or call 213-483-8761.
The gallery is definitely open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-5pm. The gallery is often open random afternoons and evenings. Call ahead for confirmation. Use of the secret handshake is no longer required or encouraged. An appointment is always an option.
Director: Mark Allen
Visiting scholar: Kelly Sears
Print and book design: Kimberly Varella
Official Machine Project Poet Laureate: Anthony McCann