To be served: Lala Laboratory Creations

15 Nov

To be served at FROM THE BED TO THE LABLala works with Düo and the local Paris Department of Chemistry to create a binary concoction of food and drink to be served at her three-day exhibition From the Bed to the Lab.  Together, they have created a collection of duo-aperitifs to mirror the colors and theme of Lala Drona’s paintings. Cocktail concoctionsA team of chemists and food critics have altered the elements of the cuisine in hopes of producing mind-altering effects.  Drink title branstormOnline forums question the safety of these secret ingredients, but Lala Drona has gone on record stating that there are neither toxic nor illegal chemicals in her laboratory creations.  With titles such as “Muse Serum” and “Mile-high Club,” Lala says that the power of suggestion will be enough to send her guests into Lala-Land.

With just over three weeks left before opening night, Lala rushes to put the finishing touches on her paintings and event plans.  Mile-highclub“It’s a lot of work,” Lala says, “but I’m excited to open my universe to the public.”  Only time will tell if the public is ready to receive Lala’s world.

To learn more about the event, visit and RSVP the event here.

Based on a Fact

Toni Milton, Paris Science Daily Journalist

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  1. RECAP 2014 | Based On A Fact - January 27, 2015

    […] exhibition in May 2013 on arrival in Paris, one year later, Lala landed a place on the walls of Düo Gallery in Paris.  The exhibition titled From the Bed to the Lab presented a retrospective look on her […]

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