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The Nightingale Floor + Map-a Porter pop-up

Saturday, March 31, 2018  6pm-9pm

The Nightingale Floor, an installation by Bojána Bányász, Donatella Cusmá and Matthew Gillis, is a contemporary reflection on the traditional Japanese flooring technique Uguisu-bari, an acoustic security device against sneaking intruders. The Nightingale Floor installation intends to invert this assertion, and becomes an invitation to intrude through tweets of feets and peeves of inks.

At rear of the gallery: Map-a Porter, a pop-up store by architecture duo Claret-Cup. Map-à-porter means wearable map, portable urbanism, or neighborhood to go. This collection of wearables for the gorgeous urbanite, is designed, handmade and screen-printed in Los Angeles.

Gallery hours: Thursdays 1:00–8:00 p.m.; Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 1:00–6:00 p.m.

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