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Today At Noon: Machine Project's Mark Allen at Farmlab Salon Downtown

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Mark Allen, the man who brought you the recent Fry-B-Q 2, will be at Farmlab Salon today at noon to talk about recent Machine Project events including: fried food, transdimensional art galleries, solar robotics, creating communities based on intellectual and social life, and a lot of other complicated-but-cool sounding stuff.

If you aren’t familiar with Machine Project’s work, consider it your lucky day. If you’ve seen their stuff before, color yourself lucky twice. It’s Friday, it’s during lunch, entrance is free and there will be refreshments. Machine Project events are always fun, always different and always leave you thinking…wow, I never thought about that before. Most of the time you also wonder, wow, how did they ever think of that? Free enlightenment and free refreshments. What more could you ask from a Friday afternoon downtown?

Check it out at:
Noon @ 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 & N. Spring Street

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