Lost Coast Culture Machine http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org Fort Bragg, California Wed, 13 Oct 2010 19:59:13 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0.1 featured7 http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=812 http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=812#comments Wed, 13 Oct 2010 19:50:04 +0000 dkrumrey http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=812

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Bandits, Pirates & Outlaws http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=780 http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=780#comments Wed, 13 Oct 2010 19:34:38 +0000 dkrumrey http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=780 Bandits, Pirates and OutlawsBandits, Pirates & Outlaws

Oct. 1st thru Nov. 28th

Opening Oct 1st, 2010 6pm-10pm

Pre-Election Day Party & Film Screening!
Nov. 5th 7:30pm

Peter Drake, David Fox, Dumitru Gorzo, Kristian Kozul, James Paulsen, Alison Wong + the Billboard Liberation Front

Bandits, Pirates and Outlaws

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Coastal Cleanup Day http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=777 http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=777#comments Wed, 13 Oct 2010 19:23:44 +0000 dkrumrey http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=777 Coastal Cleanup DayLost Coast Culture Machine is proud to be the beach captain for Coastal Cleanup Day at Blues Beach/Chadbourne Gulch this Saturday, September 25th from 9am to Noon.

Once the cleanup is over and before the junk is recycled, we plan to use the collected trash to create a site-specific art installation.  We’re thinking of something Andy Goldsworthy-esque, if Andy Goldsworthy were trashy.  We’ll need some collaborators, so come lend some ideas!

We’ve received a lot of support and interest in joining us to help, but we need to get a head count.  If you intend to make it to Blues this Saturday, please rsvp via email or phone so we can know what to expect.  If you’re not sure yet, you’re still more than welcome to just show up on Saturday, and be sure to bring along some gloves and a bucket or a bag!

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Everything Never Goes Away http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=537 http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=537#comments Thu, 05 Aug 2010 02:46:56 +0000 dkrumrey http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/lccm/?p=537 Everything never goes awayEVERYTHING NEVER GOES AWAY
Opens Friday @ LCCM – Hope to see you here!
Reception Friday, August 6, from 5-9 pm

EVERYTHING NEVER GOES AWAY is planned to coincide with California Coastal Cleanup Day on September 25 & riffs on the various associations between our ways of life and our trash: environmental degradation, chemical pollutants, waste management systems, refuse & recycling, plastics & the Pacific gyre, offshore oil drilling &, as if on cue, our horrific mess in the Gulf of Mexico.

The work featured in EVERYTHING NEVER GOES AWAY combines the aestheticization of trash with a commentary on American culture.  Mendocino artist, Hilary Dimock, transforms junk mail into miniature sculptures. Oakland-based artist Pete Glover presents his Junk Pirate Found Art Exhibition, in which commonplace items such as antiquated video game controllers are exploited for their aesthetic, as well as nostalgic, properties. In Rebecca Najdowski’s stop-motion video Trace, the natural world provides the setting for discarded remnants of the human material world to become biomorphic entities that invade, grow, and struggle with the space. Jane Kim & Joshua Short, both recent artists-in-residence at Recology San Francisco (the San Francisco Dump), use found and scavenged materials as their media. Kim, trained in scientific illustration, uses reclaimed house paint and sheetrock to make paintings that combine depictions of endangered species with architectural elements of design. Short’s Grill of Steel is a spectacular & fully functional DJ booth/hamburger grill constructed entirely of items scavenged from the SF Dump.

A selection of prints & photographs made by Louisiana artists in the wake of the April 20 Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion comes to us courtesy of Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. Brian Borrello, Teresa Cole, Stephen Collier, Bob Compton, Jennifer Odem, Cynthia Scott, Dan Rule, Dan Tague, & Charlie Varley react to the environmental disaster through their work. Proceeds from the sale of these prints will be donated to Gulf Aid, a 501(c3) nonprofit corporation established in response to the biggest oil spill in US history.

LCCM will be participating in California Coastal Cleanup Day as Beach Captains at Blues Beach, north of Fort Bragg. In addition to cleaning the beach, we will engage in a collective & collaborative creative endeavor with the trash & recyclables we collect before their disposal.

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Culture? http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=362 http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/?p=362#comments Fri, 18 Jun 2010 19:51:25 +0000 dkrumrey http://www.lostcoastculturemachine.org/test/?p=362 Culture?CULTURE?
April 2 –May 31, 2010

Featuring the work of Kyle Butler (Buffalo, New York), Ross Campbell (Oakland), Chris Coleman (Denver), Jennifer Teter (Quincy, Illinois), Jesse Wiedel (Eureka), & Pam Ybanez (Berkeley), Culture? intends to expand conceptions of the word “culture” with work that comments on our contemporary landscapes, insinuates viral growth, and speaks about culture in terms of cultivation and activity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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