On newsstands and online now, the annual "LA People" edition of the LA Weekly
is full of salutes to and from folks with one-degree-of-separation to Farmlab.
This blog is surely forgetting a few people right now -- so apologies in advance. But here's at least a handful of the honorees, with a brief noting of among their Farmlab strands:Elsa Longhauser and the Santa Monica Museum of Art have collaborated with Farmlab multiple times, including SMMOA's acquisition of Farmlab's Junker Garden #4.Mojow & The Vibration Army were the house (travelin') band during Agbins on Skid Row delivery day, Saturday, June 16,2007. The LA Weekly write-up begins with a scene of the duo from that date.Juan Devis produced and filmed this feature for kcet.org.Joshua White took these photos of the Farmlab wildflowers project and of a junker garden and neon sign. (See first, fourth shots on the page.)Writer, critic, and curator Holly Myers, who contributed various profiles to this "LA People" issue, wrote this about Farmlab in the Los Angeles Times.Writer Linda Immediato, who likewise contributed various profiles to this issue, wrote about Farmlab in Angelino magazine's "Best of" issue (no link found). Writer, critic, and curator Doug Harvey, who, yup, contributed various profiles to the issue, reviewed Not A Cornfield in the Weekly. Also: Farmlab and NACproject artist Lauren Bon was featured here in the Weekly's 2006 edition.
Labels: Lauren Bon, metabolic sculpture