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Culture of Anonymity + PANGEA! at CalArts

November 14, 2009
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On Thursday night, Proxart was at CalArts, checking out “Culture of Anonymity”, which was described as a show that “critiques and documents an extreme within communication.”

The paintings, done by CalArts student Danny Bengston, featured mock lines of text messages, instant messages, and emails, which seemed to suggest that society has become more anonymous as communication technology has become more accessible.

The night also featured music by PANGEA! — a local band that happens to include Bengston on bass. PANGEA! puts on an energetic live performance with fun surf punk that’s guaranteed to make you dance. If you haven’t heard them yet, you should change that by checking out their MySpace.

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