David Wilson is the founder and director of the Museum of Jurassic Technology (MJT), a small Culver City-area museum of natural history, science, and art history. The subject of Lawrence Weschler's book, Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder (Pantheon, 1995), the MJT has been written about extensively in magazines ranging from Museum Anthropology, Harper's, and the Wall Street Journal, to Omni, Spin, and Wired. Wilson has been the recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Lannan Foundation, and the Warhol Foundation, among others. He has authored numerous articles and has overseen two of the museum's book publications: No One May Ever Have the Same Knowledge Again (1993) and The Eye of the Needle: The Unique World of Microminiatures of Hagop Sandaldjian (1996).
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IN THE WALKER ART CENTER SHOPS
Featuring Lawrence Weschler's book Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder, $12 ($10.80 Walker members) and David Wilson's The Eye of the Needle: The Unique World of Microminiatures of Hagop Sandaldjian, $15 ($13.50 Walker members).