The contemporary art space announced last week that it will soon be closing, but not before throwing a farewell party and print sale this Saturday.
Sorry, Atlantis: Eden’s Achin’ Organ Seeks Revenge fuses classical mythology, slapstick comedy, and 1930s cartoons to tell a timely story about war, race, power, and sexual repression.
Fiesta Perpetua! on May 20 will feature performances by Carmina Escobar, Japanese Butoh dancer Oguri, and LA-based Oaxacan youth brass bands.
Aria Dean’s upcoming lecture at Machine Project, “Busta Rhymes at the End of the World,” will focus on apocalyptic themes in the rapper’s oeuvre.
LOS ANGELES — Asher Hartman’s experimental Purple Electric Play! utilizes an eclectic range of dramatic forms including rock opera, puppets shows, vaudeville, and black light theater.
LOS ANGELES — Machine Project’s mission is simply the creation of new structures and spaces for presenting creativity in its many manifestations.
A lot has changed since novelist and physicist C.P. Snow’s assertion in the 1960s that Western intellectual life was split between two irreconcilable cultures: the arts and the sciences. Around that time, Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) was just beginning its efforts to bridge those two spheres. Fifty years later, Carnegie Mellon University’s Miller Gallery has made a significant contribution to representing and documenting where the relationship between art, science, and technology stands with the exhibition Intimate Science and the related book New Art/Science Affinities.
LOS ANGELES — We all want to be rid of certain things. Prized possessions that have fallen out favor. Mementos of love lost and embarrassing youths. But it’s hard to part with what we own. D3: Object Divestment Services aims to assuage this need to leave the past behind us