(CLL)PHN-LCKN Experiment In Tribeca Somewhat Confusing

by Rachelle Hruska · January 28, 2009

[Photos by Nicky Digital]

"In 2006, we told the world about Severe Micro-Cellulotamination (SMC), a disease which effects cell phone users, and conducted a cellular deprivation experiment to stop the spread of SMC at MoMA. In short, it failed, but that had no effect on the open bar or Les Savvy Fav’s art smashing performance."

This Monday, LVHRD helped produce the second (CLL) PHN-LCKN experiment at the 92 Y in Tribeca.  You can read the highly sensitive documents on what they concluded HERE. Guests were given protective suits with numbers on them that corresponded to their mobile phones.  We are still unsure if much of anything was accomplished with this experiment Monday night, except lots of people (including Rex Sorgatz) getting wasted off the open bar and jamming out to "Yacht".

Confused? Click below for the instructional video and more photos!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3oN5BwW7GQ[/youtube]

[(CLL) PHN-LCKN official site]