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CuriousJosh at The Cacophony Society Zone Show 

February 9, 2012
CuriousJosh brings you scenes from the L.A. underground. Ever hear of SantaCon or Burning Man? Long before popular flash mobs, The Cacophony Society's guerrilla artist pranksters organized public events mocking societal expectations. The Cacophony Society Zone Show retrospective at CSUF Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana kicked off with a block party featuring art cars and performances from artists associated with the Society, and a screening of the unfinished Cacophony Society documentary called Into The Zone.
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CuriousJosh brings you scenes from the L.A. underground. Ever hear of SantaCon or Burning Man? Long before popular flash mobs, The Cacophony Society's guerrilla artist pranksters organized public events mocking societal expectations. The Cacophony Society Zone Show retrospective at CSUF Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana kicked off with a block party featuring art cars and performances from artists associated with the Society, and a screening of the unfinished Cacophony Society documentary called Into The Zone.
Published on February 9, 2012
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