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What happened: Silent Disco at SCI-Arc

Posted by Carren Jao Pineda |

Photo credit: Carren Jao

Partial reposting from my post on The Architect's Newspaper blog:

Architectural exhibition openings are hardly known for their cool vibe, but that’s apparently because they’re not usually put on by LA-based Barbara Bestor Architecture. On April 1 SCI-Arc opened Bestor’s Disco Silencio to a crowd very eager to party. The installation at the SCI-Arc gallery is a demi-dodecahedron formed in plywood meant to be a silent retreat for frazzled SCI-Arc architecture students (at least when the DJ isn’t spinning and disco lights are whirling). [read more]
Check it out when you're ready. Disco Silencio will be on exhibit at SCI-Arc Gallery until May 15.


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