Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Farmlab Salon
Mark Allen, of Machine Project
Friday, January 12 @ Noon
Free-of-Charge



"Fried Food, Transdimensional Art Galleries, Solar Robotics, and Other Strategies for Rethinking Community and Alternative Space."

Mr. Allen will be discussing the following...

1. Machine's illustrious history, fantastical events, and mysterious collaborators,

2. Creating communities based on intellectual and social life,

3. Informal and semi-formal pedagogy for artists and other
interested parties.

About Mark Allen and Machine Project

Mark Allen is the founder and executive director of Machine Project. Machine Project is a non-profit art and event space dedicated to exploring the directions, deviations and connections between art, science, technology, music and literature. For more information please visit www.machineproject.com or read a recent cover story in the LA Weekly.

Farmlab Location

Farmlab / Under Spring, 1745 N. Spring Street #4, LA, CA 90012
Across the street from the site of the Not A Cornfield project, in a warehouse colocated at Baker Street and N. Spring Street

Salons are always free-of-charge, all ages welcome.
Refreshments will be served.

Trees of South Central Farm Doing Fine At Huntington





The trees that were recently boxed and transported to the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens from the former site of the South Central Farm are doing fine, according to the most recent update provided by Farmlab's expert colleagues at Valley Crest Tree Company.

The fruit on a pair of banana trees were affected by late December chilly weather. The bananas have since been covered. No other problems have been reported.

The trees are being temporarily stored at the Huntington, as planning continues for a future monument, to be located elsewhere, to the trees of the South Central Farm.

At the Huntington, the trees are being safeguarded next to the Children's Garden, and not far from the Chinese Garden that is currently under construction.