Megan Daalder – Eureka and the Biomass Man – Oct 18- Nov 10th 2014

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“LA Times article by Carolina Miranda”

5 Car Garage opens Saturday 18th October for Eureka and The BIOMASS in anticipation of their sci-fi mini-musical, debuting on Nov. 6, 7 and 8th.

The fallout of our current ecological conundrums set the stage for this musical love affair between a synthetic organism and a human being in the year 2100.

Through puppeteering, original music and onstage special effects the performance will present a Beauty and the Beast for the 22nd century.

* Vegan Jello shots

Megan May Daalder is a self-styled guinea pig using performance, video, and scientific curiosity to investigate life on Earth.
Her videos and performances have been shown internationally at Mains D’Ouvres in Paris and the WRO media art center in Poland, where she took top prize for her Mirrorbox installation. Her documentation documentary about the Mirrorbox was video of the week onScientificAmerican.com, and her collaboration with neuroscientists at USC lead to a TEDX talk in Canada and a feature on the National Geographic series “Crowd Control.”
Her video Painting the Town was shown on 20,000 Los Angeles City Busses for the Freewaves Out the Window Project and is currently showing at Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University.
A feature length documentary she made in collaboration with her father called “The Terrestrials” was recently nominated as ‘Best Archive Preservation Project’ by FIAT/IFTA in the Netherlands.