Gamble House & Machine Project team up for AxS Festival 2014

Gamble House & Machine Project team up for AxS Festival 2014

Through October 5th, Gamble House visitors can experience the “Machine Project Field Guide to the Gamble House,” a 17-day artist intervention curated by Machine Project of Los Angeles with events specific to the historic landmark. The program is part of the Pasadena Arts Council’s AxS Festival, which explores the intersection of artistic and scientific inquiry. Attendees can take part in unique workshops, artist-led tours, installations, performances, and even a “secret restaurant” serving Swiss-Japanese fusion as well as some of Mary Gamble’s old recipes. 

 

See the full program and purchase tickets here.

Read the L.A. Times review here.

 

Machine Project’s participation was funded in part by a grant to the Gamble House from the Kelly and Steven McLeod Family Foundation. Kelly Sutherlin McLeod ’83 was the first female recipient of the Gamble House Scholar-in-Residence program, through which USC Architecture students apply for the opportunity to live at the Gamble House. McLeod was the project architect for the conservation of the Gamble House, completed in 2004. She also serves on the USC School of Architecture’s Board of Councilors.