G.R.L. Screening at MoMA – May 4th

Come see the the Graffiti Research Lab‘s DVD which draws sordid connections between the Graffiti Research Lab and the Anti-Advertising Agency. The back story of the AAA/GRL collaboration, Light Criticism, will be exposed, as well as an inside view of the Aqua Teen Boston Terror Meltdown of 2007 you’ll never see elsewhere!

Anti-Advertising Agency cohorts, the Graffiti Research Lab are premiering their “Complete First Season” as part of PopRally at the Museum of Modern Art on May 4th @ 8PM + PARTY after with Javelin and special guests.

A panel after the film include Evan Roth, James Powderly, Steve Lambert, Bennett4$enate, and surprise guests.


(P.S. if you know command line wizardry, how to concat and use parity files, the whole DVD can be downloaded from our server 50mb at a time. Otherwise it’s on Pirate Bay.)

Official Announcement after the jump:
PopRally invites you to a screening of Graffiti Research Lab: The Complete First Season, a film documenting the adventures of an architect and an engineer who quit their day jobs to develop high-tech tools for the art underground. Featuring insightful and humorous commentary by GRL founders James Powderly and Evan Roth, The Complete First Season argues for free speech in public, open source in pop culture, the hacker spirit in graffiti, and not asking permission in general. The film premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the Graffiti Research Lab and surprise guests.

Stay for the party afterwards, featuring music by Javelin and a final chance to see MoMA’s Design and the Elastic Mind exhibition, which includes the work of the GRL.

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