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Screening: Galen Pehrson’s The Caged Pillows ~ June 1 at MAMA Gallery

Special screening of Galen Pehrson’s The Caged Pillows, June 1 at MAMA Gallery

THE CAGED PILLOWS is an 8 minute long hand drawn animation piece by Galen Pehrson, specially commissioned for RUINS and featured as the cover story on Issue 4 of FOUNDATIONS. The otherworldly narrative stars Jena Malone, Rose McGowan, Gemma Ward and James Franco. Interwoven with Pehrson's compelling imagery is a soundtrack featuring music by Daft Punk, Future Islands, Death Grips, and Devendra Banhart. Shattering the mold of traditional formats, THE CAGED PILLOWS is a pioneering medium that speaks to a highly interactive world where media and human contact are opposing forces.

Doors: 7 p.m. Screening: 8 p.m. Dance Party to Follow.

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June 1, 2016,
Doors at 7 p.m.
Screening at 8:30 p.m.

MAMA Gallery
1242 Palmetto Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90013


With an undeniable shift in migration towards city centers, new editorial platform RUINS is entering the digital landscape to foster dialogue around urbanism and the future of cities with carefully curated, provocative and original content and writing. RUINS features a broad editorial spectrum, covering the fields of art, culture, intimacy, science, space, technology and war, with all subjects tied to exploring and interpreting cities. Contributors across the digital platform range from high profile artists and influential thinkers to everyday people, with stories running the gamut from short-form to long-form - both intimate and epic.

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