Museeum recently ventured into the mysterious treasure that is the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Located in the heart of Culver City in Los Angeles County, MJT welcomes guests to witness their permanent collection, Tula Tea Room, and glorious rooftop garden. Tula is a truly unique experience in which Nanuka Tchitchoua & Tula (a beautiful Silken Wind Hound, named after the Tea Room) hosts a traditionally Georgian Tea Ceremony for all the guests of the museum free of charge.
I was introduced to the work of Nana (Nanuka) Tchitchoua recently and couldn’t be more pleased. Her puzzle piece installations are based on her own mixed heritage and cultural struggle yet maintain the lightheartedness whimsy of a favorite childhood memory. Clearly influenced by the Dadaists, her eclectic work is being shown currently at the Gregg Fleishman Studios (who’s work is worth a peek on it’s own merit) in Culver City, Ca.