Farmlab Public Salon
Friday, June 15 @ Noon
Tangible hacks of the physical world
During this salon Shannon Spanhake will provide answers to the following questions:
1.) Do Mexican chickens have ears?
2.) What happens to a garden when planted in a pothole?
3.) How much gas does it take to monitor air pollution?
Three recent projects that explore the limitations and possibilities of a site. Three recent projects that evoke questions of proximity between people and place as a shared experience of the world.
About Shannon Spanhake
Shannon Spanhake is a post-doctoral researcher at The California Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technology (CalIT2). She co-founded Lui Velazaquez, an art space in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico and founded the collective DoEAT. Her work has been presented throughout the US, notably at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She likes making work and hopes to continue to find creative ways to do it.
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.