INSTITUTE FOR FIGURING
August 3, 2013
Join us in crocheting plastic at our Silurian Monsters Workshop
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This Saturday, August 3, help construct a giant Silurian sea organism out of discarded plastic rubbish. Come and be part of an evolutionary art-work spearheaded by Science + Art Resident Christine Wertheim. You will learn how to apply the traditional craft of crochet to contemporary cast-offs.

All makers will be credited in the resulting work and exhibition.
We invite you to bring in your favorite plastic rubbish – particularly discarded airline earphones and headsets.

Please Join Us: Saturday, August 3 from 2:00 – 6:00pm @ the IFF.
990 N. Hill St. #180
Los Angeles, CA 90012
323.222.2111
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The IFF’s 2013 Science and Art Residency extends the Institute’s interest in hands-on practices inspired by scientific themes by hosting thinker-makers who work at the boundary of the theoretical and material. During summer and fall, our two residents – Christine Wertheim and Jake Dotson – will take over the Institute to use it as a studio laboratory and space for public engagement. This year’s theme, Being Formed, focuses around the question of how form arises in the natural world, a subject that has inspired philosophers and scientists from Aristotle and Kant to Darwin and Einstein.