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Yesterday Chris Douridas  and I held down music duties at the MoCA.  I got to my soundcheck a little early and decided to explore the new exhibit  being featured inside the museum. I was impressed! The minute you walk into the building it almost feels like you have entered a lost civilization built of clay and stone. It was also cool to get a taste of architecture design and scales detailing the future of housing and building structures. You get a sense of what Los Angeles might look like in 2040. Another element I enjoyed seeing was how light could be utilized and impact building design both internally and externally.  After the stroll I got to catch Chris rock out with some cool end of the day jams.  I managed to get some folks shaking towards the end of the night. Make sure to check out this cool exhibit! And bring your cameras! Click here for more info!

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Tonight! For members of the MOCA! Douridas and I provide the vibes. More info here.


The Museum of Contemporary Art invites you

A New Sculpturalism:
Contemporary Architecture
from Southern California

Saturday, June 22, 2013

The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012

DJ sets
by Chris Douridas and Anthony Valadez

Exhibition on view June 16 – September 16

A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California is part of Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A. This collaboration, initiated by the Getty, brings together seventeen cultural institutions from April through July for a wide-ranging look at the postwar built environment of the city as a whole, from its famous residential architecture to its vast freeway network, revealing the city’s development and ongoing impact in new ways.

Major support for the exhibition has been provided by the Getty Foundation and The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation.
Generous support is provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.
Additional support is provided by the Pasadena Art Alliance and Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown.
In-kind support is provided by Arktura.