"Inside the Infamous Museum of Jurassic Technology"

David Wilson's curmudgeonly showcase for the freakishly brilliant in Culver City, CA, is about as far as you can get get from, say, MoMA on this plane of existence. This is a good thing. Past exhibitions have included dogs of the Soviet space program, flowers created from the scales of butterfly wings, and -- our favorite -- human hair sculptures cradled within the eyes of needles. Wilson talks about the history of his oddball oasis during this presentation.
Wed., Feb. 13, 7 p.m., 2008
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Clay McNear
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