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The smallest gallery in the world

The Laboratory Arts Collective is proud to announce it is opening the smallest gallery in the world at Crossroads of the world, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, Los Angeles. To celebrate this moment, we are showing the month of August from John Lee Bird’s 365 day series of works. Our members will be celebrate with a glass of bubbly and an intimate personal tour. One person at a time with the curator to discuss what was happening during the making of these unforgettable works by artist John Lee Bird. This is a singular experience not to be missed. If you are in Los Angeles, waste no time and book your personal tour today, become a member, we’re waiting for you.

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THE EXPLORER & THE ARTIST

A LABORATORY ARTS COLLECTIVE ADVENTURE

THE EXPLORER & THE ARTIST

The Laboratory collaborated with the Australian Consulate and Tree People to bring the Australian explorer Andrew Harper and artist Jo Bertini to an audience in Los Angeles. 

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It is often said that the Australian Desert is the canary in the coal mine for the rest of the world regarding drought and climate change. Harper and Bertini have travelled extensively together on foot with camels and a team of scientists into the heart of Australia to bring back information. The lecture held at Tree people was an utterly fascinating opportunity to hear first hand accounts of the secrets that the desert & her people hold. A night of two perspectives - scientific and artistic.

This event was part of the FEAR issue. When faced with challenges, such as climate change, understanding what is happening diminishes the power of fear and provides fuel to move forward and make positive changes in the world.

 

 The explorer - Andrew Harper OMA

Andrew Harper has been exploring the Australian desert since 1995 but his dream of walking along the tropic of Capricorn finally came true in 1999. A 229 day, 4,637 kilometre walk.

Andrew Harper has been exploring the Australian desert since 1995 but his dream of walking along the tropic of Capricorn finally came true in 1999. A 229 day, 4,637 kilometre walk.

 

The Artist - Jo Bertini

One of Australia's leading artists, Jo Bertini has been working on a ten year project with Australian Desert Expeditions in the most remote and inaccessible regions of Australia's deserts. Her preoccupation is how the land, or landscapes affect people.

One of Australia's leading artists, Jo Bertini has been working on a ten year project with Australian Desert Expeditions in the most remote and inaccessible regions of Australia's deserts. Her preoccupation is how the land, or landscapes affect people.

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MOM'S ROOM
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A LABORATORY ARTS COLLECTIVE ADVENTURE

Mom's Room' - A stage play written and directed by Berliner Miriam Dehne and inspired by the work of New York artist Marilyn Minter. Minter's real life mother was depicted in this tragic story and the subsequent photographs that appear in FEAR. 

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This world premiere was produced in collaboration with Christopher Guy Studios, Los Angeles.

'Mom's Room'

A stage play written and directed by Miriam Dehne and inspired by the work of artist Marilyn Minter. The play was published in the FEAR issue and the world premiere was produced at Christopher Guy, Los Angeles by The Laboratory Arts Collective.