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The Artwork of Paul Laffoley Feb.14th\\Abakus 1.0 :::luv counts

The Terpsichore Group Presents

Abakus 1.0
——– luv counts.


- The Artwork and lecture of PAUL LAFFOLEY

Laffoley supports himself with a job at the Boston Museum of Science, returning to the BVC not only to eat and sleep but to work on multimedia renderings of his visions of alternative futures and complex realities. During a routine CAT-scan of his head in 1992, a miniature metallic implant, 3/8 of an inch long, was discovered in the occipital lobe of his brain, near the pineal gland. Local M.U.F.O.N. investigators declared it to be an alien nanotechnological laboratory. He has come to believe that the "implant" is extraterrestrial in origin and is the main motivation behind his ideas and theories.


with live ambience provided by
- Steve Nalepa (Flavorpill|M-Audio)

- Daz Quayle (SCSI, U.K.) L I V E www.scsi-av.co.uk
- Bluetech (Waveform) L I V E www.bluetechonline.com
- Omsk4II (Native Instruments) L I V E www.omskinformation.com
- Trichome (ELM) D J www.elmconceptions.com
- Undo (Terpsichore|Cactusland)L I V E www.terpsichoregroup.org

Live visuals by\

Kepher (Terpsichore)
+ Special guests

7pm - 3am
5$ before 10pm
Melrose Light Space
7600 Melrose
2nd Floor (behind FATBEATS), Los Angeles, 90036
**Full Bar**
Limited Capacity! This event will sell out. Come early.