You’re invited to become a Mad Scientist.

Almost Scientific will be showing The Neuron Chamber and The Uira Engine at the Sonoma County Museum’s upcoming Mad Science show.

The show opens October 30th and runs until February 6th, 2011.

This is going to be an amazing event!

Almost Scientific will be doing a high voltage performance on opening night alongside the legendary Survival Research Labs.

The show also features Applied Kinetic Arts members Nemo Gould and Reuben Margolin, as well as Exploratorium alum Ned Kahn.

Here is the museum’s description:

Mad Science

October 30, 2010 – February 6, 2011

This exhibition explores creative projects inspired by the convergence of art and science. The term “Mad Science” is used to emphasize the edgy and experimental work by this group of Bay Area artists, who are scholars, scientists, and classically trained artists. Represented here is work by artists at varying stages in their careers: Mark Pauline, the founder and director of Survival Research Laboratories, Reuben Margolin and Ned Kahn, who both work internationally on large-scale architectural projects, Alan Rorie, a Stanford-trained neuro-physiologist (Almost Scientific), Nemo Gould, known for kinetic found-object sculpture, and Andrew Sofie, a recent Sonoma State University graduate. The works range from mechanical objects to videos, and from the apparently dangerous to the humorous. Look forward to a Survival Research Laboratories street performance on October 30 at the members’ opening of the exhibition.

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