The original Lost Horizon Night Market box truck. Enjoy Brooklyn-style noodles in a 12 seat restaurant.
Everyhere Logistics Junior Rangers
The Everyhere Logistics Junior Rangers is a civic responsibly art prank dedicated to promoting the care and enjoyment of every(w)here you are. Passersby are encouraged to join the troupe by completing our informative and fun workbook! Once you become a Jr Ranger you become the steward of your environment, get a really cool badge, and get to visit the Junior Ranger Clubhouse!
Everyhere Logistics Travel Agency aims to build a database of local culture, heritage, and institutions through generosity and reciprocity by buying and selling information from/to participants.The barter system is the sole currency used at this particular location. The following forms of payment include, but are not limited to:Information, Stories, Lore and Legend -Value is added when Credible sources and Geographical accuracy are cited
Transportation, Meals and Lodging -Recipients will go through a basic background check. Virtual contact will precede personal visit.
On-site gifts of material value, utility or personal significance -Absolute value of items are subject to the judgment of Every Here Logistics Travel Agency
Jonah Levy, E.D.W. Lynch
Offering free screenings for a mysterious new brain virus that is infecting people around the country. If left untreated this nefarious brain virus erodes the patient’s ability to merge sensory information resulting in a permanent out of body experience. Information about prevention and treatment will be made available as necessary.
“The heaven of modern humanity is indeed shattered in the Cyclopean struggle for wealth and power. The world is groping in the shadow of egotism and vulgarity. Knowledge is bought through a bad conscience, benevolence practised for the sake of utility. The East and West, like two dragons tossed in a sea of ferment, in vain strive to regain the jewel of life. We need a Niuka again to repair the grand devastation; we await the great Avatar. Meanwhile, let us have a sip of tea. The afternoon glow is brightening the bamboos, the fountains are bubbling with delight, the soughing of the pines is heard in our kettle. Let us dream of evenescence, and linger in the beautiful foolishness of things.”
– Okakura Kakuzo, from The Book of Tea (Copyright Tuttle Publishing, 1956.)
Joshu A DeLeon, Hillary Andujar
Accept the Jorōgumo’s invitation to her abandoned tea house, lounge upon her finely spun webs, but beware! You may rouse the spider demon’s desire and be stitched into the salon as a more permanent fixture.
In the case of entrapment, remain calm, hold the spider demon’s gaze, after a brief exchange with your soul you will be rewarded and set free.
Engage your inner child through the magic of play.
This is world of discovery, imagination, and nurturing that engages the freedom and passion of your inner child, all while being safely contained by your dream teachers.
Nostalgia-in-action at it’s best.
Rules:1) Follow instructions. 2) Play safe 3) Listen and share 4) Have fun!
If you’re good, you might get a treat.
A collaborative movie studio allowing participants the chance to re-enact famous scenes from classic films. An homage to HS camcorder movies, the action is captured on the participants’ video-capable phone for sharing with friends and social media followers. This year’s offering with be filled with everyone’s favorite moments from The Princess Bride.
SMASH! SMASH! SMASH!
SMASH those Precious Moments figurines! SMASH that frickin printer! SMASH that ugly lamp! Haaahhh, doesn’t that feel GOOD?
Yes, it does. The SMASH TRUCK is worth a month of anger therapy. Enter the Enclosure of Mayhem, a.k.a. the Chamber of Applied Accelerated Decomposition, a.k.a. the Cube of Catharsis, and smash the ever-loving’ crap out of assorted breakables to thrashing music, strobe lights, and a screaming crowd. Eye protection and other fashionable safety gear provided.
Dan Glass, Dirby Luongo, Max Cohn
Are you brave enough to tame the pole? Feats of athleticism! Feats of costume design! Feats of the barely dressed and the celebratory!
Rez, Mary Goodman
Dearest supporters, We pulled it off. We spent the month of August arranging all of our curious, powerful, silly and beautiful interactive art installations in the backs of box trucks at Night Markets in seven different cities across America. Participants came, learned, played, smashed, conversed and consumed. We met stupendously smart and impressive folks who… Read MoreContinue Reading
I grew up in St. Louis but left nearly 40 years ago. One of the constants in all that time has been Ted Drews frozen custard. From their web site “In 1941, the family opened a second South Side stand which is the current Chippewa location on historic Route 66.” So off to the Chippewa… Read MoreContinue Reading
We’ve been doing a lot of driving, a lot of camping, and a lot of sleeping in the car. Here’s some pictures from San Bernardino Nat’l Forest and spots along the road.Continue Reading
Meow Wolf is an arts production collaborative that produces immersive, multi- media art. Meow Wolf’s complex is located in Sante Fe’s Industrial Creative Zone. They generously hosted our Sante Fe Lost Horizon Night Market on August 8th. Here’s a couple photos from inside of their operation, a work in progress.Continue Reading