Hello Meth Lab in the Sun

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Ballroom Marfa, 2009 - Art - 112 pages
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Featuring a collaborative installation by Jonah Freeman, Justin Lowe and Alexandre Singh, the acclaimed 2008 Ballroom Marfa exhibition "Hello Meth Lab in the Sun" was comprised of diorama-like depictions of a hippie commune, a meth lab and other sites of modern industrial production. It was also shown in part at The Station during Art Basel Miami 2008.

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Book a strange and awesome but it doesn't have any photographs of the actual art show it was building up to because the book was written and put out on the art show happened the actual art show meth lab hello meth lab in the Sun was crazy it was a space torn apart and rebuilt into a whole bunch of small rooms that were connected to each other I can't even go on to describe it cuz I would be illegal because I think it was in the main room this book is badass but the show was better if there's only a video walkthrough of the show hello meth lab in the sun you would be blown away fire die that's my review.
By the way instead of paying a hundred bucks or more for this book get a hold of Ballroom Martha that's where I got mine and I got it the same price or selling it there or something around 40 bucks f*** Amazon


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