This Week @ Farmlab
News + Projects +
Salons + Exhibitions

July 18-July 24, 2007

News + Projects

The Cornfield: New Ideas for a Sustainable Urban Park
An 'Eco-Econ' proposal from Farmlab
Visit for a complimentary download of this new report written by Michael Woo; as well as for video and podcast of related July 13, 2007 remarks by Farmlab's Lauren Bon, Al Nodal, and Woo ..... full text

A Visit to the Owens Lake and Mono Lake Region
Links, photos, and a recap
Various stops included a fledgling fish hatchery, the Dr. Suessian, limestone tufa, and a geothermal operation. The trip was also an extended watershed study..... full text

Farmlab Public Salons

Friday, July 20, 2007 @ Noon
Helen Lessick | Lay of the Land
Join Helen Lessick for a discussion and workshop. Learn to see California soil as a canvas for nature, culture and social experimentation; see how soil affects.... full text

Friday, July 27, 2007 @ Noon
Matthew Moore | From Agriculture to Suburbia: Cultivating the Oasis
Join earthworks artist Mathew Moore for a discussion of his work. He is a fourth generation farmer whose land and life is quickly being overcome by suburban sprawl ..... full text

Farmlab + Under Spring

Saturday July 28, 2007 @ 7:30pm
Farmlab and Under Spring Presents | Accidentally on Purpose: The Camel's Back
This evening of music and dance features performers such as Nels Cline, Oguri, Robert Scott, Jesske Hume, and Yuval Ron's installation and performance of a giant harp .... full text

Saturday August 4, 2007 @ 6pm-6am
Farmlab and Dublab Present | Accidentally on Purpose: Tonalism
Organized by Dublab, this all-ages, free-of-charge, all-night ambient music happening (6pm-6am) features
sounds from the likes of Dntel, Languis, Tropic of Cancer, Carlos Nino, Frosty, Mia Doi Todd and .... full text

Exhibition Extended
Farmlab Team | Garden of Brokenness
Farmlab's Garden of Brokenness celebrates Los Angeles as a broken paradise. The project is proposed for Confluence Park, a location that has been described as one of the ugliest ..... full text



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